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Panasonic problem I am having the same issue with my panasonic...led flashing three times with no picture. Did you ever find a solution? Thanks

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  • dtolbert636 Jul 01, 2008

    Led is blinking three times with nothing showing on the screen

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Convergence board needs to be replaced. A qualified technician should be able to fix it. Mine cost $180 to fix

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What are the error codes for a Panasonic PT-47WX 42 TV


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3 times LED blinks in Panasonic PT-47WX42 shows problem with convergence out chips failure as this tv has two big black ICs STK392-110 as convergence output, replace them to fix tv problem.
Click Part Store to see an image of required chip and price info.
Local tv tech is recommended if you have no experience of working in tv circuit boards.
Thanks.


Apr 18, 2010 | Panasonic PT-47WX53 47" Rear Projection...

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Panasonic PT-47wx53 just shut off


Your convergence ICs have failed. Thats what causes the led to blink three times. The PT53WX53 convergence repair kit from www.tvrepairworld.com will usually repair that issue. The kit also contains the CD with detailed repair instructions.

Apr 01, 2010 | Panasonic PT-47WX53 47" Rear Projection...

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When turned on green light flashes and no picture


Check the Lamp if no picture, audio may be present. Screen is completely dark. Lamp LED flashes 2X every 5 seconds, Power LED flashes GREEN for 140 seconds then flashes RED.
Check the ballast if no picture, audio may be present. Screen is completely dark. Lamp LED flashes 3X every 5 seconds, Power LED flashes GREEN for 140 seconds then flashes RED.

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Pow lite flashes three times it tries to turn on then shuts down


LED 3 times blinks shows problem with convergence out section in TV and may requires convergence out ICs replacement.
If you are familiar with TV repair and can solder parts on PCB then let me know to provide you more technical info.
Thanks.

Jul 23, 2009 | Panasonic PT-53WX53 53" Rear Projection...

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When turning on my panasonic cinemavision tv, it makes a click sound then the power button light flashes red three times, no picture comes on the screen, any ideas what should be done?


Most likely a power supply failure although the flashing of the LED a fixed number of times may point to something else such as a lamp failure. If you can find a forum for this series, you may find a Panasonic tech who can give you a better read on this.

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Standby indicator light on TV flashes - Sony TV


Hi,
    Please check fisrst that indicator liight (LED) blinks how many times.it could be from 1 to 8 times and the interval would be of three seconds.So, count the led flashes how many times and then tell me i will try my best to find and fix the solution.

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Same problem....


# blinks is the error code for Convergence. You will need to change both Convergence ICs number STK392-110 you can get new ICs at the following link and they provide free instalation instructions with pictures and free tech support on line so you can do the repair yourself. Heres the link
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

May 04, 2008 | Panasonic PT-53WX42 53" Rear Projection...

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NO PICTURE AFTER TURNON


We are neophytes, not experts; were able to find a manual for the PT47. It says this is an autodiagnosis feature; LED will flash when SOS is detectedby the circuits located in specific areas. Number of times the LED flashes tells you what circuit should be checked. NUMBER OF FLASHES POSSIBLE CIRCUIT
1 +140
2 LOW D.C.
3 CONVERGENCE
4 HHS
5 IC4511
6 IC4518

Mar 15, 2008 | Panasonic PT-53WX42 53" Rear Projection...

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TV won't turn on


problem is fan stoppage this is probable caused by excessive
dust in fan take off back and locate visually the cooling fans in unit
use canned air to remove dust until fan moves freely. if all fans
are clean maybe one fan is not giving rotation detect signal
look at voltage on white or yellow wire from fan s/b 5v then 0v
when fan rotates if one stays at 5v replace it

Jan 07, 2008 | Panasonic PT-50DL54 50" Rear Projection...

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When powered up, no pix and power LED blinks three times


yes there can be ,check the 145 volt . The problem could also be the convergence ic,s These cannot be check other than replacement. The stk392-110 are a problem with a lot of big screens

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