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Tv shutting off

Hi our projection tv is just shutting off.. We actually have to unplug it and plug it back in to make it work again until it does it again any ideas? and costs on how much to fix range? Same problem as above, removed rear cover and can phisically see a diode or resistor on ckt bd. #TNPH0341 at position R517 completely burned. Prior to this we could hear what appereared to be a high voltage short or snap that would momentarily blacken the sreeen. This happened on a high humidity day.

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If the horizontal safety cct trips you have to unplug the TV
to reset the shutdown status
since it was plugged with no surge protectors
I replace what ever cord first and check the power outlet for the correct supply
the burnt component might be proctecting the
convergence IC which will effect it and equally
the voltage supply could causing the switching off
unplug the TV check the CPU PCB if damaged needs repair or replacement

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If this part measures open, replace it usniog the Panasonic part number: ERSD2TJ103. Thi part is available for $1.09 from tritronicsinc.com

hope this helps,
Dan

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Yes get it replaced and you can remove the old one and fit new one through soldering iron thats very simple it will very very less dollars you have to spend on this . do it slowly and carefully.

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The high voltage snap appears to be from one of the CRTs leaking coolant liquid and it could probably got to the circuit board, this liquid is highly corrosive and will cause conductivity if it came in contact with the components.
The repair could cost you about 1/3 of the price of the TV in some cases or a bit more.

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