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I would check the remote control by taking it out of the room first. If that is not the problem, it is likely to be a dry joint in the power supply that is "arcing" and causing this problem. Re soldering the heavy components on the power supply board may fix it.
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I had the same problem, however mine was a 32inch. It is a blown fuse. It is not the power cord. What you need to do is find out what fuse voltage you need. Hope this advice helps. I have a panasonic model CT-32SX12C.
if you open your tv , you have to put back the board, there are 2 clips one on left other in the right that keep the board to the case of tv( you have to disconnect the cable AC before open the tv) you can see the fuse easely ( if i remember good there is only one fuse about near the switch on /off
This set has a common problem with th main fuse opening for no other apparent reason... One of the few exceptions to my corner-stone statement that a fuse is never the cause only a symptom..
Don't replace it though with the same type grade, use a 6.3a slo-blow gma type - available at Radio Shack... Try that and if everything works you're back in business.. If not we nee to find a cause...