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My fifty inch panasonic plasma tv power button flashes red and tv will not turn on. When I unplug tv for approx. 1 hour it somehow resets itself. what is the problem with the tv. Why is it doing this in the first place. is there a way to solve this problem so it does not happen anymore. Thanks. Rob

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Tv DM power supply board have dead components call capacitors.These capacitors are dying and about to be dead.That why ur tv take long time to take to power up.U know basic electronic and basic soldering?Take the tv aparts take out the DM power supply board searches replaced these dying gases leakages capacitors it bulges up on it tops or puff up on it tops.Ur tv will power up normal again.

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