Question about Panasonic TC-P54S1 54 in. Plasma HDTV
If you have a soldering iron and supplies its very simple
You can buy a cheap iron from maplin or from ebay for £10
You will need to read up some basic skills on soldering
Most likely a Capacitor has blown or the internal fuse has gone
Internal Fuse cost about 30 pence (make sure its an exact match)
Capacitors cost about 50 pence (you can tell if its blown because they look buldged on top, not flat)
So simple just de solder the old components, and re solder new ones
I repaired my TV like this last week total cost about £2
The Tv shop wanted £80 LOL
if you still have warranty left, Panasonic or the retailer have to replace it free of charge!!!
or if you are out of warranty and dont want to repair yourselves, GOOGLE the sales of goods act (which says expensive electronics should last 6 years)
to get a refund / partial refund based on depreciation
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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