Question about Panasonic TH-42PX60U Television
Recently moved and lost my power cord to the tv, I tried a computer power cord and it does work, th tv turns on and all seems fine. I have it plugged into a surge protector, But am I risking doing damage to the tv? I wonder this because I remember the original power cord being thicker then this computer cord. So thats My question Will the computer cord be ok?
Should be OK as long as it's capable of carrying the wattage the system is pulling. The TH-42PX60U is rated at 320 watts max - you should be OK as most computer cables are rated well above that. However if you're worried, us the power cord from a laser printer or copy machine - it will definately carry the load.
Posted on May 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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