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The power button of my pioneer plasma TV PDP435PG cannot stay ON after I pressed it down- it just spring back up and become OFF. Any advice how I can repair this? .

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There might be a problem with the mechanical parts of your switch. The best thing to do is replace it.

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Sounds like panel fault. Before make it sure, check the site linked here. It has illustrations to defective plasma screens. You can compare it to that your TVs' and make sure. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
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Hey,
This may be too late...
I got it from the field manual.

Trap Switch Reset Procedure
G-4, G-5, G-6, G-7, G-8
• Replace media receiver, plasma panel cover, or tape down HDCP trap switch.
If the model in question has the TV Guide option, the TV Guide
option must be turned off before proceeding.
• Using the customer’s remote control enter “service mode” by pressing the
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1. Press the “display” button then release the “display” button.
2. Wait between 3 and 7 seconds
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• Panel will now turn on in “service mode”.
4. Press “muting” button 3, 4 or 5 times depending on model you are working on.
Until the display shows the “initialize” page.
5. Press and hold the “display” button until the error indicator (red LED) on
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6. Exit service mode by pressing the “power” button on the remote.

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I have a 50" Pioneer PDP-503MXE with the same problem - the fans don't run. It appears to be a problem with the temperature sensor that controls the fan speed. However, the fans can manually be switched to MAX.
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