When I turn off the set makes clicking sounds which come from the back of the TV. It happens every 20 or 30 seconds and sounds like the clicking of the power when it comes on. A red light within back of the set also flashes on and then goes off. 20 second later the set clicks again and ligth comes comes on.
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Main board fault. Shorted component/s at it. Contact any service technician; or the authorized service center. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Surf the site with patience. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
unplug the television...wait 10 seconds and then plug back in....if you listen carefully after 5-10 seconds you will hear a click sound (the same sound that you hear when you turn on or off) ...once you have heard it, turn the TV on again using the remote. Do not turn on until you hear the click. If this does not work, try again but turn the TV on again before you hear the click. I dont know why it happens but it is as if the TV gets confused as to whether its supposed to be on or off. Most of the time, the solution is to turn it on after the click so I would always try that first.
First of all, try to have this repaired under warranty. Usually these sets have a 1 year warranty. Second, make a recording of the problem. That will help the servicer to understand the problem.
If you are not successful at the warranty repair, the first thing to look for is a power supply problem or poor connections at the audio amp area. I will attempt to locate more details while you persue the warranty claim.
I had the same problem. I replaced 14 capacitors on the Power Supply board. I used Panasonic series FC from DigiKey. If you see any capacitors that are swollen or have any substance oozing out for sure replace them. My set had lots of the brands that are known to have problems so I replaced all of them even though I could see no obvious swelling etc. Make sure you carefully label the connectors etc when you disassemble the unit.
I have the same problem. since I have 3 of these TV's, I switched boards around, and I came to the conclution that is the power board. I will try to repair it, and I'll let you know the component that is bad. Gaston
You are missing 15volts. If this is a new TV, it could be as simple as a plug not fully seated on the power supply. Regardless, the repair should be covered by warranty and Panasonic is one of the best when it comes to taking care of the customer. Ifd nI can be of further assistance, let me know
I turned off the set.It was off for about4 hours.I simply turned (using hand controls) the set back on. Up came the picture. It can't be fixed.I shall keep records to try to build up a picture of what is happening.I think I'am in for a crappy few months. Neil Brazel