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No TV response after power outage

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We had a power outage today for several hours. When power was restored, the Panasonic unit woke up again, however, nothing shows up on the TV screen. I can't see any menu's, channels, nothing but blue screen. I tried to reset the default settings, but I'm not even sure if I've done that.

Is there any way you can reset the AV channel on a TV?

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  • Lilly76 Nov 04, 2008

    I also had a power outage. Unit was plugged into a wall outlet. Cannot use the remote for anything but to turn unit on. On display, the progressive icon (a "P") is all that shows up. Pressed "reset" button, held down power button for 10 seconds, unplugged...no luck. Sometimes I get a different msg., but still cannot use the remote or buttons on actual unit again except the power button. I did change batteries in remote, but that did nothing. I don't want to give up on this darn thing, but don't want to spend over $100 to have it fixed as instructed by customer service. HELP!

  • lnst676 Dec 11, 2008

    simaler problem -dmrez475vk,didnt have power outage,moved recorder to differant room pluged it in! only shows 00000 and flashing 12:00am time no control with remote!!what going on tried all reset options still nothing. is there a secret reset sequence?help!! thanks lnst.

  • ee-sparky Dec 26, 2008

    Same Problem as Inst676 - display scrolls though 0's or flashing 12:00 AM but will not respond and no resets seem to help. A peek inside the case shows the LSI chip on the digital board screaming hot and no fan turn on. Could the digital board be blown?

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