Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
The fact that the picture is coming back to normal and then going back to the black and white mode, suggests that it is a capacitor problem. I suspect the location of the capacitors to be the main board, tuner board or the sustain boards. A problem of this extent means that you can identify them visually(cracked, bulged tops, or tiny holes at the top near the X cut). Replacing it depends on your prior experience in repairing electronics. High voltage electronics are not be messed with. The several thousand volts of resident electronic charge can cause permanent disability/death if not handled carefully.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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