Question about Panasonic Viera TH-50PZ85U Plasma TV
Techs on the phone don't have direct access to the product in question. Something like that would have to be physically tested and observed before even thinking about any repairs.
If you feel ballsy, you can open up that power supply and check the filter capacitors. With no filter capacitor, you end up with a shaky DC signal, which could be what's triggering the flashing, as it'd turn back on whenever the voltage hits that DC value it wants to use.
If you see any capacitors in the power supply that have holes or have a pool of brown-ish stuff around the base, that'd be your problem right there.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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