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After power outage, tv doesn't turn on

My panasonic television (CT-36HL43) will turn on shortly, with black screen, then click three or four times, then turn off, the red light flashes on & off. I'll unplug it for a few minutes and it goes through the same thing again. A previous posted solution stated that it might be the Overvoltage regulator. If so, is it resettable? easily replaced?

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  • goldcar Aug 17, 2007

    Hi DonL,

    It's blinking 6 times every 5 seconds. Thanks!


    Tom

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First, the blinking light is a code, how many blinks? Second, regulators are not resettable. Don

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    Tom, locate IC4518. I do not have the schematic for this set but either that IC and or componants associated with it is the cause indicated by the LED blinking 6x.. Are you equiped to repair this yourself?

    Don

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