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We lost power, (not a storm) and when power was restored tv would not turn on. We checked the outlet and the fuse. Is there anything else I could try before taking it somewhere for repair? This tv is only 2 years old.....I'm hoping it's not a loss. It was working perfectly fine before we lost power. It was not on when we lost power. Help?
Last night, my Panasonic television went off due to a partial electrical power outage that affected my house. After the power was restored, the TV would not come on. The electrical outlet being used is good. I was looking at the parts list for the TV at Panasonic website and saw a fuse (6.3A-125V) listed. Maybe an electrical surge last night burnt this internal fuse out and that is the only thing I will need to replace. I wonder if this was the fuse that Leen14 was referring to in the original post that checked out good. Any additional information will be greatly appreciated!
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
A lot of times its simply a fuse that goes out. Either way someone is going to have to open it up and inspect the fuses first. It 's a fairly inexpensive service call.
Hopefully the fuse took the hit from the storm.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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