Question about Panasonic CT-32SL13 32" TV
Sometimes the TV color works fine then in a blink colors are muted and the most obvious is there is no green. Please help!
Because the fault is intermittant this can be a cold solder connection anywhere along the video path of the green drive output at the colour demodulator through the various stages up to the CRT socket. It is also possible that there is a failure occuring in the bias supply that works for the green electron-gun in the CRT in the case of a CRT type set. It is also possible that there is an intermittant component along the green video path. On rare occasions the CRT itself can have an intermittant fault.
This would have to be serviced by an experienced tech. You can take the set in for an estimate to see if it is worth servicing.
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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