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Need Panasonic TV service manual for Australian model TX60P82A

Possible fault on TNP4G108 PCB
Is R544 1K5 ohms correct value, is a 3W resistor, anything special (ie Fuseable or Safety) about this part. Appears to have overheated, lost value markings, appears to be faulty, due to intermittent O/C, just failed, PCB shows heat stress discolouring near R544. R544 = 1420 ohms measured with meter

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SOURCE: Need value for part R14109

R14109=750ohms 5% 1/4w (Resistor(750r5%.25W/R14109/179317) There is much more likely wrong with the TV. Resistor don't normally burn out with help, say, without a failing flyback transformer and possibly taking a transistor or two with it. If you need the manual, go to http://www.samswebsite.com/photofact/pf_search.asp and type in "F31317" into the search field, you will several listings. If you decide to replace it yourself, here's some more part numbers in case you need them. Model: RCA\F25422TX41 Symptom: Dead Necessary parts: Transistor(Q14401) Main Voltage regulator Q14101 Resistor R14109 open. Research indicated the flyback transformer most probably bad \\CTC203AC4\HOT/D2578(Q14101/242224)* Flyback(14536119A/T14401/244229)* Main reg(P9NBSO/Q14101/244223) \Reg(MPS8599/Q14102/147665) Resistor(750r5%.25W/R14109/179317) Reg(MPSA06/Q14103/232218) Hope this helps you. ZT3000 "Beta tester of "0"s and "1's"

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SOURCE: Philips 27TS54 c101 27B800-7562 White horizontal line in the center of the screen

Check vertical i.c.

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Philips TV Model 32DW6557/05 Screen Problem

hi it sounds like a capacitor in the verticle circuit located on the main board. it is near the verticle ic. the verticle ic also could be bad the cost is around 85 dollars for a tv shop to fix. sometime a cold joint could be found around vert ic. a soldering iron is required with solder.tap the side of tv if picture comes back it is just cold solder joint.

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Posted on Apr 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Partial horizontal collapse. Nu-tec Model NTT-829A

If you have retrace lines I would recheck all caps around the vertical IC 100@16 is the most common 47@35 and 220@35

Posted on May 30, 2008

SOURCE: service manual for panasonic tv model TC2119R

find it in your box in which the tv came, eithe open panasonic site, and serch for the appropriate model, and download

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Possible Answer Posted by PEE_WEE 4/28/2005
On the CRT circuit board(picture tube), you will find R3340, which is a 10 ohm 1/3w resistor. The location of the resistor is printed on the bottom of the ckt board. It is burned open, replace with a 10 ohm 1/2w resistor. This will solve your problem. The original resistor was sized too small, should have been a 1/2 watt. This resistor is mounted standing up on ends. Mount the replacement resistor the same way. Be careful and don't get the circuit trace too hot and damage the circuit trace. (it's very small) The resistor is located on the crt(cathode ray tube), pcb(printed circuit board) socket. The resistor supplies apx +200v to the collectors of the r, g, b, video driver transistors. If this voltage is low, it causes excess brightness(excess beam current), causing the set to "shut-down". If the shut-down is too quick, you will NOT see the excess brightness, because the picture tube has not warmed-up enough to display anything on the picture tube. To see if the set displays "excess brightness", you will need to turn the set "on" about 5 to 10 times. This will heat the picture tube enough to display "excess brightness", IF that is the PROBLEM. Of course, there are OTHER defects that will cause a tv to shut down. There are built in safety circuits, that will "activate" if excess voltage/current or heat is detected anywhere in the set.

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