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Panasonic quintrix no picture or sound staying on standby

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  • fred120 Sep 30, 2008

    TV goes into Standby and will not restart (Panasonic Quintrix) NB I have no remote

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    Standby circuit keeps activating to turn the tv into standby, usually after 2-3 minutes when cold, once warmed up it only stays on for around 10 seconds

  • Anonymous Nov 10, 2008

    Trying to switch on from standby but after a few seconds the TV just puts itself back on standby - Help!

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SOURCE: i have a panasonic quintrix

The first thing I would check is the line output transistor this is the large transistor mount on the heat sink next to the lineoutput transformer (the big black thing with the lead going to the side of the tube) just replace it if you have no meter to check it.

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