Question about Panasonic PT-47WX49 47" Rear Projection Television

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Blinking red power button

My wife turned on the TV this morning, saw a purplish color on-screen and then it went black. The power button continues to blink red. We checked the other components and outlets/plugs. The manuel did not offer a solution. The TV is almost 5yrs. old. I think the model is a PT-47WX53.

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  • bobbybourne Jun 01, 2010

    It blinks 3 times, ~5 seconds pass, then it blinks 3 times again.

  • bobbybourne Jun 01, 2010

    I checked the kit on your linked website, about $55. Is this something a novice with a screwdriver can repair....Geek Squad does not service my area.

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How many times does the power indicator blink as thats a error code indicating which circuit has the problem.

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

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    Sonny Berry Jun 01, 2010

    Thats the error code for a failed convergence IC and the associated resistors. You can get a convergence repair kit fro your model from www.tvrepairworld.com which contains the ICs and resistors plus the CD with detailed instructions. The PT53WX53 convergence repair kit is the correct kit for your model.

  • Sonny Berry
    Sonny Berry Jun 01, 2010

    It does require basic soldering skill to do the repair.

  • bobbybourne Aug 07, 2010

    We had the TV repaired at a local repair shop. Since then, we've occasionally seen wavy lines and today the TV shut down again. This time the power indicator blinks red 1 time. Now what?

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