Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
Hi there, hope this helps. Why not try to replace the filter capacitor in the secondary section. you said you have it repaired before and now the same problem happens. sometimes we should replace the capacitor for this is usually the cause of defects in the power supply. In long usage of capacitors it becomes leaky that results to insufficient power output. you can see the defects visually (sometimes it become bulgy) unless you use the capacitance tester. having it replaced can surely extend the life span of your TV. if you're not sure which one is the leaky one try to replace most of the capacitor especially the big ones. like I said replacing any of them can enhance for better performance of the unit.
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Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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