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& blinks is sc or,sd or ,su board or all 3. Disconnect the ac cord. remove the back cover. on the left are 2 thin boards with flat cables that connect to the panel. these 2 boards are the SD and SU boards. They are connected to a board to the right. This the SC board or Y sustain board. Disconnect the 2 wie plug that connects this SC board to the power board in the middle. Examine the sqauare ics on the SC and SU boards on the rt side. Look for a pit or burn mark on one of the ics. If you see one then this board is bad. Disconnect this board from the SC board remove connectors on the rt and also remove the all the screws on this board. It should now be hanging free only by the flat cables on the rt. reconnect the 2 wire cable from the SC board to the power board. Plug in the set and power on. If set turns on the that board needs replaced. You will see 1/2 of picture. If still won,t turn on then disconnect the ac cord and the 2 wire conn from power board to SC board. disconnect the other board on the left letting it hang free. re connect SC to power board,plug ac cord in and turn on. If set now will turn on then Replace that board. If stiil won/t turn replace the SC board.
Red light flashing indicates that "SC voltage is floating". I'd recommend replacing the SC, SD and SU boards. Also know as the Y sustain (SC), Upper and lower buffer boards (SD, SU). I suggest you contact your local Panasonic Service Agent as parts are only available from Panasonic and are quite expensive.
Defective Board (possibility) SC, SU, SD, P board (SC,SU,SD>D,P). Connect the connectors SC2(*2), and SC20 to the SC board. Remove the SU board. Turn the TV on. Does the TV power up and stay on IF YES REPLACED SU BOARD IF ON
the SU board and
Remove the SD board. Turn the TV on. Does
it power up
and stay on? IF YES REPLACED SD BOARD
If you have the flashing red light of death you can use the chart below, and call Panasonic to have it replaced. At the bottom is the list terms. BLINKS PROBLEM MALFUNCTIONING PART
1 blink STV 5v sense DG Board
2 blinks 15v SOS D Board
3 blinks 3.3v SOS D Board
4 blinks Power SOS P Board
5 blinks 5v SOS D Board
6 blinks Driver SOS 1 SU / SD / SC Boards (SC energy recovery circuit)
7 blinks Driver SOS 2 SU / SD / SS Boards (SC floating voltage area)
8 blinks Driver SOS 3 SS Board (SS energy recovery circuit)
9 blinks Panel Config. SOS
10 blinks Sub 5v SOS / Main 3v SOS DG Board DTV 9v SOS / Tuner Power SOS
11 blinks Fan SOS PB Board
12 blinks Sound SOS H Board
13 blinks Communication error DG Board with IC8001 (Pesks Lite 2)
Panel = Plasma Display Panel (Plasma Glass) D Board = Format Converter / Plasma AL / Sub-Field Processor DG Board = AC-DC Converter / Digital Signal Processor / Full HD Microcumputer HDMI Interface / Peaks Lite 2 H Board = Speaker Out / Sound Processor AV Terminal / AV Switch P Board = Power Supply PB Board = Fan Control SC Board = Scan Drive SD Board = Scan Out (Lower) SS Board = Sustain Drive SU Board = Scan Out (Upper)
Sometimes it seems to be that the sensor for the waste toner is picking up that it is full. If you clear the are that the the laser reads, many times this error code goes away. Also,, just replacing the waste toner cartridge fixes it.