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Panasonic 50 phd5 tv would turn on, then turned itself off, then the red standby light would blink. Turned it off manually, same thing times 2, now wont turn on at all even using manual button.

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  • kbnickto Mar 18, 2008

    this should be posted in plasma tv

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Problem fixed, it was a bad connection to the power supply. Resoldered and now its fine.

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