Question about Panasonic TX-36PF10 TV
If your Panasonic TX-36PF10 is 10 years old, it probably is time to think about replacing it.
Posted on Dec 07, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello! What you're describing sounds like a vertical deflection problem if it also occurs when you're watching a TV program. This type of trouble is a component failing in the vertical circuit of your set. A loose solder connection could cause this. On the other hand, if it just happens when you run the VCR, your problem could be somewhere in the tape drive mechanism or possibly a bad tape. Things like slipping clutches,bad belts sticking guide rollers are a few things that will cause this in a VCR. You need to have a tech check it for you. Hope this gives you some help. Stargazer
Posted on Feb 12, 2007
Hi, u have clearly mentioned that u are able to hear the sound from ur television. So the audio port of ur tv has no problem. The problem is that the picture tube of ur tv has damaged totally. Video output port has lost its ability to display on screen. If u are in a option of repairing ur tv its better to get a new picture tube or else if u opt for purchasing ur new television its well and good. but the cost for replacing ur new picture tube costs more.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
SOURCE: bad picture
I am aware of some TV stations already being switched to their digital stations, even though the government has extended the requirement date to May '09. I noticed on my VCR, when the DST changes; mine doesn't change to the current days as it was made before we changed to 6 extra wks of DST. Does yours do the same thing, or do you set the time manually. If you are not on Dish or Cable and your local TV channels have gone to digital already, that would be the only reason that you are getting the faded/snowy pictures on both. There are 3 ways that you can solve this. My Favorite is #3 for people who don't have cable/Dish. Also, they give you a $40.00 coupon which is the highest amount I personally have seen. 1). sign up for basic cable (if you do, you will more than likely have to look in a higher Ch. # to find your local stations, only a few are being left @ their original Ch. #). 2).Get a Dish. Or 3).You can go to: www.DTV2009.gov and apply on-line for a TV converter box coupon. If you have a copier and fax, you can apply that way as well (must be submitted by 3/31/09.) You can also apply by phone @ this ph. #: 1-888-388-2009 for those who can hear. Deaf (TTY-English): 1-877-530-2634 OR
Deaf (TTY- Spanish) 1-866-495-1161. Good Luck!
Remember your local Ch.'s probably won't be where they are now, unless you are in a small town. If this
helps you, I would really appreciate you telling me what you think of my answer. Thanks so much! Once again, good luck! Good Bye & Good Day. P.S. If I can be of further assistance, give me a shout back, and I'll try to be of more assistance.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
Is it still under warranty?
If not I would find a good TV Service Shop and have them check out the power supply as there more than likely a 'Capacitor' much like a battery that is going bad.
A/V Media Guy
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you. This answer has been very helpful. I will take it to the shop. The TV was made in Nov 2003 and is not under warranty."
SOURCE: Old Panasonic tv approx 10/12
The main coupling capacitor feeding the frame scan coils has failed or the output stage on the frame stage has failed due to dry capacitors or dry joints.
Fault finding and components are not a problem and yes it is very repairable. Any technician that knows how television works can repair this standard frame output stage.
I hope you find a good technician.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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