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Might be an open internal fuse but also could be a defective power switch

Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 13, 2019

Go to the manufacturer website, look up the model number, and search for the manual. Should tell you how to do this (just reverse instructions for attaching it).

Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 10, 2019

call a repair service locally

Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 09, 2019

Excellent. Green is good

Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 09, 2019

This is on a protection mode. Since the back cover has to be opened for investigation, it is better to call in a qualified service technician.

Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 09, 2019

Your manual is here. All manuals have to be downloaded and printed. We are NOT Panasonic, we are FIXYA dot com. We ONLY supply INFORMATION!

Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 04, 2019

First ya need the Android TV web browser App either on your TV or download from to your TV (Some how) and then browse to find and download the Correct Android TV MOVIE App;
To play Movie files IE: .mov, .wmv, .avi...
Might need to try a few to get the right one :(

Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019

you need to know waht video format your TV support.
then use a video converter to convert the vieos you have to the right format and resolution.
Here is the Best video converter I've used.

Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019

I was interesting in asking HDMI picture really work.
You should tell us more briefly the terms.

Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 02, 2019

I have repaired several LCD TVs but no plasmas, otherwise I would suspect a backlight problem.

However, as a general comment, flat screens are pretty simple devices and since you are getting it to power on and have sound, that rules out the power board. You also must have at least a partially working system board given that you are getting sound.

The most common issue I have seen on flatscreens with no display, regardless of type, is blown capacitors.

Place the TV screen down on a comforter or similar soft surface, remove the back, and inspect the board. Look for any capacitors where the tops are bulging out and/or leaking. If they bulge and are not perfectly flat, they are blown.

You can replace them fairly easily with minimal soldering skills. The info you need to find replacements should be on the side of the old capacitors.

Included a link to an example of a blown cap. It's from a washing machine system board but was the best representative image I could find quickly to illustrate what I mean by a bulging cap. Good luck!

Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 02, 2019

If you wish to get some more details then check the following link

Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 01, 2019

If the discs are the same type used previously, the DVR has failed.

Panasonic... | Answered on Jan 31, 2019

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