Question about Panasonic CT-32SL14 32" TV
NO POWER! TV won't come on. Worked last night. Everything else has power but not the tv. HELP!
You'd better make sure that there's no power on in the TV by checking the red light in front of it. If it's sure there's no power when the TV's plugging in the outlet, then the problem may be the fuse.
The GLASS fuse locates right after the power cord where is connected to the TV. Using a screw driver to open the back (make sure the power cord already taken out from the outlet !), try to have the power cord side opened as wide as you can. You can use your finger tip to push straight from bottom to up to take the fuse out. For sure, you can see the fuse having the core disconnected in the middle.
To my case, the fuse was 6.3 Amp and 125 Volt, but I can only get the 6.3 Amp- 250 Volt at my local Radio Shack store. However, it's fine to replace with this higher volt fuse.
It costs about 4 bucks for a bag of 4 glass fuses. Worth to try with the "practice" and for having your TV back on again !
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
Thank you to all who posted about this problem w/ Panasonic tv, replaced the fuse and it is working again. Cost $3.00
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
Replace the fuse even if it looks ok. that should only cost a buck or less. since i was afraid to tinker with the tiny opening and end up squashing the fuse i ended up paying 100 bucks to get it re-
placed which fixed the problem. next time i am going to cut a bigger opening (esthetics be damned) with a hack-saw blade and
do it myself. if a new fuse does not do the job big problemo
and not a job for amateur tinkers. good luck
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
Is there a red LED light on the the front? if there is none? the fuse the main board could have been busted. u could try to open and see if its really busted then replace the fuse with the same ampere and voltage rate indicated in the fuse.
if your LED is blinking it is indicating a voltage trouble on the primary circuit, powering up is the problem , and in this circuit a component might have been defective already or the power up regulator need replacing , power up regulator also called switching regulator is the usual defective in the primary circuit.
you could bring your TV to a Panasonic service center to really inspect more the TV.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
Replace the fuse thats the problem and is very cheap you can find the fuse in Radio Shak
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
Bought this TV brand new in 2004. All of a sudden today, 6 years later, it would not power on. I figured it was just done, dead. The TV is so large and heavy that I am unable to even remove it from my home and I was ready to place an ad for someone to come take it for free just to get it out of here. But then I found this page and following the suggestions posted, I took off the back of the TV, removed the fuse (which was in fact burnt out), went to Radio Shack, purchased a pack of 4 replacement fuses for $2.99, replaced the fuse, put the back of the TV on again, and the TV powered up like new!!!!! I was SO excited because I CANNOT afford a new TV, so I was going to have to bring the small bedroom TV out to the living room to replace this one. Thank you to poster "NhDo" for the most thorough advice!!!. NOTE: The Radio Shack near me also did not carry the 6.3 amp 125 volt fuses and I purchased and used the 6.3 amp 250 volt fuse and it is working perfectly!!! THANK YOU EVERYBODY FOR POSTING THESE SOLUTIONS!!!
Posted on May 30, 2010
Comeon. Don't saw a hole. Take the screws out, including the 2 around the av connections. The back comes off very easily I was pleased to discover.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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