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Panasonic Tx-28PL1 Hi hope you can help i have the telly listed above and as this isnt my expertise i need help my telly is making chirping noise when i switch it on as the telly has been unplugged for 48 hours would their be any power in the telly for me to worry about getting shock or not. Also what could my problem be and what do i need to do. After looking at your profile i thought you would be the best person to ask hope you dont mind but this is not my expertise any help much apreciated many thanks. My telly is panasonic TX-28PL1 serial no is NA-2521317. I cant find any schematics nor any common problems with this model no any way you can offer assistance

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  • paul proctor Jan 28, 2008

    hi iknow what the fly back is its the one with the red wire coming out of but where is the other located

  • paul proctor Jan 28, 2008

    are the numbers on it or next to it on board also are you on about with the heat sink the metal plates that are sticking up out of the board.
    If it is this then their is one to the left and one in front of also where are the numbers you need is their any schematics for this model witch will show me what i need to know or not as i cant find one on net thanks for helpnig me

  • paul proctor Jan 28, 2008

    hi could you look at this link and tell me witch one im looking forhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Trans...
    Are these what im looking for many thanks

  • paul proctor Jan 28, 2008

    is it the small one located on board to the left of flyback its not on heat sink just on the board its small rounded one side flat the other is this the right one if so tell me n i get magnyfing glass to get number off

  • paul proctor Jan 28, 2008

    or is it the one with metal clip on it located on metal plate coming out of board if its this then witch one is it.
    Im looking from back of telly at flyback theirs one in middle of board located to left of fly the other is directly in front of fly back and their is another metal plate in front of that on nearer to screen end also when removing does the heat sink come out with it or not

  • paul proctor Jan 28, 2008

    the one directly infront of fly back has this written on it also are you sure this is what needs replacing it says
    Toshiba
    D2533
    2D
    before the 2D their is dot like . full stop but its at top just before the 2D
    Is this the info you need also will this part look damaged

  • paul proctor Jan 28, 2008

    Dont worry about part no do you know how much these are likely to cost also how do i test xistor using multi meter could you please advise me on this as unsure how to test it thanks for quick reply been out for couple of hours,
    so im back on the case now

  • paul proctor Jan 28, 2008

    That part says
    Toshiba
    D2533
    2D
    Is the one you said the same part as number is slightly different you gave" 2sd2533 is this the same.
    Also could i take this part out of another tv i have for spares

  • paul proctor Jan 29, 2008

    Thanks anyway terry i try figure it out myself

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Check Horizontal Output Transistor....if shorted,replace both
Horiz out transistor and flyback transformer...Use Panasonic
original parts, if possible.If transistor checks ok, then just replace flyback transformer ONLY.......................T.

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  • Vista Electronics Jan 28, 2008

    Three legged Transistor on large heatsink near flyback....

    Tell me the numbers off the part.......T.

  • Vista Electronics Jan 28, 2008

    Tell me the # 's off the part(s)..................T.

  • Vista Electronics Jan 28, 2008

    That's it ! 2SD2533 Use Panasonic or other OEM (original

    equipment manufacturer ) ONLY....NO GENERICS ! Also,

    REPLACE THE FLYBACK AT THE SAME TIME AS XISTOR !

    The flyback is what took out the xistor..............sorry,I can't

    help with overseas part # 's....................T.

  • Vista Electronics Jan 28, 2008

    PS. Did you check the xistor with a meter?

  • Vista Electronics Jan 29, 2008

    Sorry Paul, that's all the time I can devote to this one....Terry.

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