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Panasonic Problem I own a Panasonic TV. Model # CT-32SL13G. I was watching it right before I went ot work. About an hour and a half later, I came home and tried to turn the TV on, but nothing happened. I tried unplugging it and plugging it back in to the wall, but still nothing happened. I then tried plugging it into a different outlet and nothing happened. The light doesn't turn on, it's like it isn't even plugged in. Do you have any suggestions?

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  • sharonmue21 Nov 04, 2008

    I just had the exact same thing happen to my 5 year old CT32SL13G.


    Did replacing the fuse fix the issue?
    Please advise. 


    Thanks so much.


    Sharon

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2009

    SAME THING REPLACED FUSE WORKED FOR AWHILE AND THEN IT WENT OUT. REPLACE FUSE AGAIN AND NOW IT WONT TURN ON AT ALL

  • bfoothorap Apr 04, 2009

    My Panasonic CT332sl13 TV will not come on either
    I cannot locate any fuse

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Replace the fuse of the tv device (in the primary main power section),or contact the nearest repair shop.

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This is an indication of out-of-regulation int the power supply. The very common caused of this fault is the leaky electrolytic capacitor in that area. Sometimes it has a bulged at the top but not all, it is better to have a capacitor checker to find the faulty parts. Once you isolate the said capacitor your unit will back to normal again. Also, you have to look for a bad solder joints around the power supply section. It will also produce an unregulated supply. It is hard to spot, I would advice you to use table lamp to find the cold solder.
Hope I helped you.
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