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Panasonic DVD and video recorder. If the unit has not been plugged in for over ten or fifteen minutes, it will power on when the power button is pushed. After about two times of that working, the unit will not power on until you press and hold the power button for approximately ten seconds, release it, and then push the power button. After that method working for several times, the unit has to be unplugged for ten or fifteen minutes to reset, at which time pushing the power button will turn the unit on. Then the above-detailed cycle repeats.

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  • hrngffcr Aug 11, 2008

    It was not the power source, it was the microprocessor, according to a local repair shop. He said it would cost $80 or more to repair, IF he could even find the parts.

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Interesting problem. It is probably caused by bad electrolytic capacitors in the power supply. Have you checked if it is still under warranty? If it's not, and if you are comfortable with soldering, you may be able to fix it by soldering in new electrolytic capacitors, looks for bulging or leaking capacitors near where the power cable comes into the unit. Otherwise you may just have to send it in the be repaired.
Here is the support site.

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This is a sign of bad capacitors getting dead in your power board.

please replace it as soon as possible.

else the problem cay get worse

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Check if the front panel circuit board contacts and left and right chassis motherboard contacts are correctly aligned

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    Yaz S Jul 17, 2008

    and also turning off the EPG Auto Update in the menu is a temporary fix



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Seems like a power issue due to over heating for some reason

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You hav a power issue. replace the power box now while its cheap. hope that fixed ya.

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