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Tv does not power on

Model number TH-42PZ77U. i hit the power button and it blinks a few times but the screen doesnt power up.

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  • Anonymous May 14, 2008

    a red light flashes but the tv does not turn on

  • hosegp May 26, 2008

    I have what sounds like a similar problem. The screed does not turn on and the red power LED blinks about 5 times, is off for a few seconds, and then starts blinking again.

  • rudyd Jul 01, 2008

    Will not power up, just repeats a 7 flash sequence. Had best buy tech out and he went through steps supplied by panasonic and as soon as the upper buffer board was removed the tv could be turned on. I believe he stated that panasonic would most likely have him replace the board adjoining it which was the x or y convergence.

    This plasma is 6 months old and it was insinuated that the heat loads may be to great and not dissipated fast enough.

    I am fortunate to be under full warranty.

    I have visited many tech sites and this is a very common complaint. Good luck

  • Anonymous Oct 26, 2008

    TV won't come on and the blinking red light ... seven blinks, pause .... seven more.  Yes, customer service will have a service tech call me to make an appointment to come fix it.

  • Anonymous Dec 12, 2008

    My TV is almost exactly 1 yr old. It may be a few weeks over 1 year. The TV just went off suddenly and the power light started blinking. I could hold the power button down on the TV and the TV would make a sound like it was clicking off. Then it would come back on enough to hear the sound for about 2 seconds, no picture and go right back off. We unplugged it but no improvement

  • Anonymous Dec 20, 2008

    tv does not come on power light blinks 7 times goes off then repeats 7 blinks

  • bozinovi Feb 18, 2009

    I have Panasonic TH-42PZ77U plazma TV for a bit more a year now.My TV power button blinks 7 times and then goes off and TV does not turn on. As far as I know Panasonic has 1 year warranty so I am not covered. Where do I ask for help to fix this?



  • bozinovi Feb 18, 2009

    I have Panasonic TH-42PZ77U plazma TV for a bit more a year now.My TV power button blinks 7 times and then goes off and TV does not turn on. As far as I know Panasonic has 1 year warranty so I am not covered. Where do I ask for help to fix this?



  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    TV will not stay on

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If it blinks 7 times, your power supply is shot
If it blinks 10 times, a video board went bad.

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  • ryman9999 Jul 13, 2008

    before calling customer service at 1-800-332-5368 they told to me unplug the television for 2 minutes then plug it back in and try turning it back on. if it doesn't work call the number above and they'll set up an appointment to send someone to you.


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Had the same problem, Panasonic service guy said if this unit is exposed to certain sequence of events damage to an internal part could happen.  Do not remember all details, except that he had to replace the part in my TV and update firmware so it would not happen again.  Other family members have the same TV so he was nice enough to update their firmware so it would not happen to their TV’s.  So my understanding is if you have the old firmware you could be unlucky and have this problem, and if you update the firmware before this happens you should be Ok.  The new firmware prevents this unwanted sequence of events from happening.

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I called Panasonic Canada support today 1800 561 5505 and they sent technician in 3 hours. He needed 30 min to fix the problem, he actually changed the part with used but fixed part from same TV. Now my TV is working properly. My TV is more than a year old but they fixed it under warranty. Great job Panasonic that was really professional.

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