I just purchased a Panasonic TC-32LX50. For some reason the TV just turned off without me turning off the switch or pressing the power button on my remote. When it happened the first time, I thought I must have sat on the remote and turned it on using the switch on the TV and it came up just fine. About 4 hours later, my husband called me in a panic telling me that it turned off without any warning. When I tried to turn it on again, the power button just vaguely flickered red and the TV screen stayed dark. It didn't hold a steady red, nor did it turn green. It seemed as though it wasn't getting enough power. We tried unplugging it from the power strip and plugging it directly into the wall. This did not help the problem at all.
I called Panasonic and they told me to bring it to one of their authorized places to have it fixed. I have the 1 year warranty, but I would really like to know what's wrong with my TV. Any help would be great! Thanks!
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First use the original remote control that came with your tv, or just manually turn it on at the tv itself to bes sure it is working. If it works you should call the tech support for the cable company to program their remote control to a different code - or put it back to to factory state and just use two remotes.
If you have Comcast, you need to buy an upgraded HDTV cable. (They are avail @ Sam's Club & Radio Shack.) Instead of a six port cable, get the two port. The cable's that Comcast provides are too cheap. Hopefully though, you've already gotten rid of the lines.
CHECK OTHER TYPES OF VIDEO INPUTS. IF USING COMPONENT VIDIO CHECK YOUR CABLES ARE ALL MAKING GOOD CONNECTION, YOU CAN USE AN AUDIO CABLE TO CECK INDIVIDUAL COMP. VID. CABLES TO MAKE SURE THE CABLES ARE GOOD.