Question about Panasonic PT-51G36 51" Rear Projection Television
Because only parts of the power source from the tv have failed - the high tension - 200 volts, that is powering the tubes and the final video circuits, and the medium tension - 40 volts, that powers the audio amplifiers, have failed or were shut down by the protection system of the source because there's a faulty part on them. On the other hand the low tensions - 12 and 5 volts, that power the logic boards - are still operational so the channel is still picked up, detected and the sound extracted and routed to the out plugs.
Take the tv to a repairman, this is a big fault that requires experience to fix.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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