They're not so different in the main components, that it's the real deal here. You have a great advantage in having the service manual. Difference is that your HDTV set it has a more user friendly menu and minor components for these tasks are additional to the "E" version.
You don't have to worry about this minor components.
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I imagine you can fix it yourself but very difficult for a newbie. If you like to learn a little electronics, and get familiarized with electronic components you can do it. Anyways if you are not in a hurry you can probalby check out a book in a local library and start learning. I must warn you tho that electronics is fun and you might get hooked. A common myth is you almost have to be an electronic engineer to fix TV, and have to be good in math. Almost anybody who is patient canlearn it. Good Luck.
you can get the service manual at this link, and with the purchase of the manual they provide free help to diagnose and help you repair your set. They also will email the manual. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
I think you may have seen this site, but just to be sure;
It looks very useful for you.
these guys have a service manual and supplement for sale;
also I saw a blog saying that you can actually order these from panasonic direct - haven't tried it myself
Hope this helps :)