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Panasonic TV Hi Marvin, Did you ever get a solution to your problem with your Panasonic CT-36HX42F? Mine just broke, too! Thanks, josephatl@hotmail.com

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Good mornig,
Actually, I was helping my son-in-law ... I never got an answer here, and he called a repairman, which fixed the problem, but cost him approximately $300.

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Panasonic CT-36HX42F I turn it on and then, turns off


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I had the same problem. Sometimes the processor gets overheated, particularly when dealing with high definition signals. Unplug the television from the power strip or wall outlet and it should reset everything. When you plug it back in it should work. Not a long-term solution, I know, but it will get your TV working again.

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please open it & get the reply.

 

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do you have any electronic skill ????

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