Our Panasonic CT-32HXC14J (big flat crt) shuts off as it tries to come on. About 1 second after hearing and feeling the tube energize, the tv shuts itself off and the power light flashes. Sometimes unplugging will cure this problem. Seems to only happen when it's hot and humid. I just vacuumed the inside hoping it was pet hair, no luck. Any ideas?
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Ur hight voltage FBT,the flyback transformer is dead.The big block of plastic with a red wire with a cap that hook to a CRT.U know how to solders?Replaced the FBT well solved ur problem.But the FBT it hard to find this day,because tv compannies don't manufactures parts small CRT tv anymore.Ur only luck is find it on Ebay.com.
No,unplug wait a couple mins,and replug that ur reset.Most of these prob.are all related to the high voltage prob.That FBT,the flyback transformer.The big block of plastic with a red wire with a cap hook to ur CRT(tv tube).It cold solders,it dying or dead.
We had a TV repairman look at our 3 year old (Oct 2004) Panasonic CT-32HXC14J FLAT SCREEN TV. It suddenly stopped working and appeared to have no power getting to it. It was a high voltage supply or transformer that was bad and has to be replaced - estimated cost is around $400. In a year we will also need to spend around $125 for a digital converter box. We went for the repair since that is still cheaper than a $1,000 plus equivalent size LCD or plasma.
Our old tube tv was still working after 15+ years. They aren't making them like they used to. Way to go Panasonic.