Question about Panasonic TH-50PX75U Plasma HDTV
This is common to all old plasmas, the vertical scan module isn't getting enough power.
Long story short - you're going to need to remove the back panel of your plasma tv, turn some knobs, and watch your annoying pixel storm slowly dissipate.
What you're looking for are little knobs that control various voltages. Most are these are shaped to be turned with a Philips head, and are sometimes marked with little clicks around them like a clock. If you get a flashlight and look, there's a description printed on the circuit board that tells which voltage that particular knob controls. Almost all of the tv's i've heard of being fixed need to have the VSCAN, or vertical scan adjusted. Make the adjustments in small steps and wait for a result.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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