Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
Blinking 10 times is an indicatron that the power module has failed. The sensor detects a fault on one of its internal boards( 3) and goes into shut down protection mode. You cannot play board swap jockey to fix this TV it will end up costing 3 times more if you attempt it. It requires a specialist knowledge,tools and ability to read a circuit diagram and ensure voltages are consistent with manufacturers recommendations across all boards.
If its got extended warranty claim now before itv expires.
if not get quotes for repair from a professional It;s not a DIY
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Posted on Nov 20, 2009
Actually being a tech in real life.. i have one right in front of me and 10 blinks means short protect... unplugged the SD card reader very easy to do by taking off the back of the tv and behind the SD card reader there is a plug.. unplug it and then plug the tv back in and see if it comes on. not very many people use a card reader on the tv anyways. but if you want that working order a new one.. I'm sure there is part numbers on the board... good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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