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I found the location of the fuses...but no numbers on them...where would i go to purchase something like this for the PANASONIC TH-42PX60U

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The Amp rating is usually stamped on the board very close to the fuses. If they are white in color then they are called ceramic fuses, but still have an amp rating. If they are Pico fuses they also have ratings that are close to their location on the board. DO NOT go above the amp size it calls for. If the new one blows then you have a related short to that particular rail. Have it serviced.

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Here is a link where you download the operating manual and other manuals that you need for this TV
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What I'm learning is there are several models of Panasonic TV's that have a video card that doesn't play well with HDMI applications and the end result is, you need to call this number and not only make arrangements to replace the bad board,but also this!
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At panasonic.ca I found the listing for the fw update under customer support-important notices

If you own a plasma TV with model and serial number within the range specified below, please contact our toll-free VIERA Concierge hotline service at 1-866-330-0014. A VIERA product expert will arrange an in-home software update for your TV at your convenience.



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Panasonic plasma hdtv will not power on--no blinking LED, simply no LED. Other objects plugged into same surge protector are fine; no evidence or suggestion of a power surge.


The power supply board itself maybe the main problem inside the TV. Or, it maybe something simple like a blown fuse. Replacement fuses can be found at Radio Shack or some other electronic supply store.
If it turns out the TV keeps blowing fuses, the main power supply may need to be replaced. You can find replacements at a good price at Shopjimmy.com

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Our panasonic th-42px60u will not turn on. It went out during the middle of watching and will not turn back on.


Un plug it, let it set for 5 min or so then plug it back in. If it's still out, remove the back panel and check the fuse near the AC input. If you need more help, post a comment and I can help some more.

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On a Panasonic TV the 10-blink error code can sometimes be caused by low voltage running through an HDMI cable, particularly from a Media PC or some video game consoles. Try disconnecting any HDMI cables and unplugging the Television for 30 seconds, then power it on without the cables attached.

If this works, connect the cables to the front panel (usually HDMI-3) which uses a different controller board.

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Please unplug TV from AC outlet and replug it after 5 minutes then check HDMI port.

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