Question about Panasonic TH-42PWD6UY 42 in. HD-Ready Plasma Television
My 42" Plasma TV has always been plugged on the outlet. Today, I found there was no red light on the TV. I tried to unplug and re-plug, there was no power come to the TV set. I don't see there is any place for fuse replacement or other opening that I can check. Any suggestions?
You have burned an internal fuse on the main power board. There are 2 right next to where the main power line plugs in ( after the noise filter ). Yes, you will have to unscrew the rear plate to get to it ( about 24 screws ). You just follow where the lead goes from the plug - you will see where the fuses are - right next to where the plug mounts to the power board. To check this set your meter to ohms and check for continuity - odds are one of the two fuses is done. THIS IS A PANASONIC SPECIFIC FUSE - it cannot be replaced with one that looks like it or fits the same slot. This fuse is a time-delay slow burn fuse and replacing it with anything other than the correct type will cause more damage and possibly total the unit. The panasonic part number is K5D802BNA005 and is available from several parts retailers - just google "panasonic part K5D802BNA005" and many reputable firms will come back on the search. They cost approx. $1.95 US ( so the shipping is probably 7.00 more ) Hope this helps and be careful of the internals and static electricity from your body.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
If you have blinking lights or no lights or steady red light this is a power problem the best solution is to get a service manual for your set and find the symtoms and there is usually a trobleshooting guide for the repair in the service manual a steady red light means the p a board needs to be checked or replaced blinking lights can mean a fuse is blown or a board may be bad no lights may mean bad connection bad power unit or fuse before you start guesing or calling expensive repair company do your research find a service manual and if you really can handle this fix then you can get a used non working tv and switch out the parts with out spending a fortune..most people break the screens so theres plenty of lcd's being sold as is for parts try ebay or craigslist ..
hope this helps
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
The fuse is located on the inside of the tv. you have to remove the the rear panel as if repairing.
Posted on Aug 23, 2007
The standby button wont go off the tv wont go on 42inch sanyo ce42fd90 b
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
If its not the internal fuse need new power supply bourd send me modal number and i will see if ive got one in my spare parts
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
There is a few things that can be done. I have this same issue, and i braved the 40 screws and took it appart.I have another posting that shows photo's check it out so far http://www.fixya.com/support/t566714-akai_plasma_tv_5_blinking_red_lights
Posted on May 14, 2008
I found a great power supply kit at tvrepairkits. com. This kit is loaded with a wide range of caps which covers several brand and model TVs. This kit also comes with instructions which helped me a ton...hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 22, 2012
Posted on May 14, 2008
A blown internal fuse would cause things to appear completely dead. It is not intended to be user serviced. If you do find a blown fuse, never replace it with a larger size. Using an oversized fuse may cause additional damage. If the same size blows again there is some sort of fault, typically something like a shorted diode, electrolytic capacitor, or switching transistor.
There could be more than one fuse. Sometimes there is one on the AC power coming in, and one or more on various outputs from the main power supply. The AC line fuse may fail simply from a nasty surge coming down the power line. Other fuses usually blow from internal faults.
The main page for this site suggests there are service manuals here. I haven't seen any. They'd be very helpful to someone like me that understands electronics. They're generally beyond what end-users can understand.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
JoeJoe206, your problem sounds the same as what just happened to my FWD-42PV1, which was 2 months past its warranty. When i plug it in, the green light goes on and i get clicking every few seconds for about 15 seconds, then it gives up and just goes to red. The picture never comes on. There was a pretty detailed diag manual i found online that indicated that it is most likely the A board or the G board (the power board) but the troubleshooting section looked translated from Japanese. Both A and G boards are pricey boards ($400/$550). If you find anything interesting, drop me a line at markahlady -at- yahoo.
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
I have the exact same problem. when i took it to the repair shop it came on and he stated that it was on the wrong input. so i took it home plugged it in and watched it ffor a couple hours that night. the next morning it turned on for about half a minute then it shut off and never turned back on again. what should I do?
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
Sounds like a power supply issue.
Posted on Sep 09, 2007
My 52" jvc flat screen projectory tv powers on for a few seconds then before shuting off on its own it makes a clicking sound, and it wont stay on, I have unplugged it for a while then plugged it in but its still shutting off on its own, what might be the problem and how can i fix it?
Posted on Nov 15, 2012
Have a LG 720 plasma Tv the red light does not come on when plug in only the
blue light come on when i push in the button only.
Posted on Sep 25, 2012
I have a samsung and its a 42" flat screen tv it clicks for about 4 mins then turns on is my fuse going out if so how much would it be to fix it???
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
Try plug it somewhere else in the room or plug something that you know works in the outlet where the tv was plugged to make sure there is current
Posted on Jan 21, 2007
If you are under warranty and have a TV over 32", then they should come to you and repair it. Call the help line and they'll set it up. It could take a week for a local tech to make it.
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
Hi I have a Panasonic viera TV and I've changed the fuse in the plug and the fuse inside the TV and it still don't power on
Posted on Apr 11, 2020
Memorex MLTD2622 26 in. LCD TV TV/DVD Combo The Tv is on but picture. Wheni first turn on the tv, the memorex pops up then a black screen. what do you do I have checked all of the pluggs and connections and still no help.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
DO NOT BUY GATEWAY LCD TELEVISIONS.
China does not supply any service manuals to the usa. The technical department at GATEWAY do not have any manual are
very poor technition help.
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
I had the exact same problem and had to return the unit for repair. After examination I was told it was a power supply and they would fit a reconditioned (as they don't make new ones! ) for $750 AU.
Several visits to my home, the repairer, angry phone calls and about 10 weeks without a working TV and I got the unit back. The power works fine but after several weeks I am seeing white snow appearing on the screen !
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
Solution learn how to fix ur own ****
Posted on May 07, 2010
Check if one of the fan inside the tv is off if one is off you have to changed both
Posted on May 14, 2008
Where exactly is the fuse located? and is it hard to locate?
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
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Posted on Mar 23, 2008
There are a couple of possibilities here. If the set is indead dead,
the most likely culprit is the "standby" transformer. If you are
getting a click followed shortly thereafter by another click, then the
TV is detecting a problem and shutting down to prevent further damage.
And if you get no clicks or anything at all, I would suggest you to look at the fuse and the standby transformer. The standby transformer is a small transformer that supplies 5V to the system even when off to allow remote control. You need to see if the primary side of this transformer is open or not. You should have 5V.
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Posted on Feb 01, 2008
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