Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
F61 error codes could either be IC501 or the regulator (IC502) in the power supply section.
For reference, pls view these two (2) posts here and here of similar concern on other models.
Other possibilities are:
1. fan not turning;
2. cold solder;
3. looses connections;
4. one of the other components/systems hooked up to the power supply is causing a fault (tuner, disc player).
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Posted on Apr 26, 2008
it sounds to me like you have endured a power surge and it has cooked the unit // i would replace it as surges do so much damage it normally writes the unit off but your power company is liable to replace it (if it was a surge)
Posted on May 15, 2010
I had a similar problem. I disassembled my remote (flat screwdriver and pulling, cleaned the circuit board and rubber buttons thoroughly with rubbing alcohol, then reassembled.
For some reason, the remote didn't work properly until I started pressing the channel buttons immediately followed by the volume buttons. It worked normally, after that. It was most likely due to the not yet dry rubbing alcohol interfering. My remote now works, normally.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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