Question about Panasonic PV-DM2792 Triple Play 27 in. TV/VCR/DVD Combo
Well if it is a capacitor or an onboard component you need a technician to do the job usually you get this job done for a couple of hundreds dollars, if the technician must replace both convergence ICs, for example the charge is $250/$300. If you call a repair shop in your area and describe the problem they will give you the exact amount.
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I really disagree. I think our kids today have become too fixated on quick fix electronic games, computers, gadgets etc and I don't really count that as play. In terms of learning, the academic demands on our kids time has increased dramatically over the last 2 decades, so it seems like we are stuck between 2 extremes and I think we need to reclaim some middle ground, where kids re-learn how to enjoy creative play that doesn't involve electricity.
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I had a similar problem with my 42 in Philips LCD HDTV.
Here was the problem.
My Power Supply Board had several bad capacitors. I opened my TV (warranty was expired of
course) and found four bulged capacitors.
Many electronics companies were sold capacitors that failed in 2-5 years
instead of 10-20. The capacitors fail
prematurely due to a lack of preservatives. Unfortunately, they were installed in all
sorts of devices and cause a wide range of failure problems.
Here are some options for you.
1. Have it fixed by a professional $$$$$$$???????
2. Open your TV and find PSB. Check
for faulty caps. If you find some (bulged
or leaking) bad caps replace the entire board. The entire board costs around $100
3. Remove and then replace individual faulty caps. This takes some soldering skill.
Caps are inexpensive and if you can take care of it yourself
it will save you hundreds.
I have a tip/tutorial
on this site that may also help. It
gives step by step instructions for replacing caps on PSB #715t2432-2. If this is your board you are in luck. It's called: Fixing the Philips Turns/shuts
off on its own problem. I'm
working on uploading pictures to help guide people though the process as
well, so if you would like to view them check it again soon. Let me know if I can do anything
Hope this helps and Good luck.
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