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It sound like the remote is powering off the cable box but not the TV. The remote control may need to be reprogrammed to the TV. When you press power it may only power off the Cable box. At that point, try pressing the TV button on your remote and then Power. If it does not power off the tV after pressing the tV button, the remote may need to be reprogrammed to the tv. Cable companies usually have the codes needed to program their remotes to the TVs.
If you unplug for a minute and hit the power button it sound like it is coming on then it shuts off and the red power light flashes slowly. The TV is a Panisonic 1080i HDTV, about 6-7 years old. ... I have an old type sony tv with the big back and the red power light keeps flashing and ...
sounds like a power supply board problem. Be careful. I would up plug it from the wall socket.. the sound u hear MIGHT be something on the circuit board heating up and about to POP. The power supply boards are not hard to replace. just make sure it is unplugged and be careful they can carry a charge even unplugged. Caps etc can Zap u.. as I tell every one , take picture of the insides of TV and the power supply board and a close up of all the numbers that is on the power supply. order the exact same part.. do not remove the bad board till u have the new one ready to go in.. good idea is use a grounding strap. the only cost a couple dollars or so.
You have a short circuit on one of the other boards this is causing the power board to try and start thus the clicking sound,try unplugging each of the other boards one at a time and switching on till the clicking stops this should indicate which board is suspect.
I had the same problem and it was the power supply board,but I replaced it myself and only spent about $140.00 for the part and 2 day shipping . It was easy just pull the back cover off and there are about 8 small screws that hold it on and like 6 connectors that's it. Also ShopJimmy.com was the place for parts on these T.V.'s.
Clear NV RAM..... Unplug the Power Supply from the Printer.... Press and Hold the #5 button on the Printer and plug in the Power Supply....... Don Release the #5 button till the Printer turns on completely.... After releasing the #5 button........ Press the Menu button once Keep on Pressing the Right Navigation Key till u find an option saying Maintanence goto maintanenece and go to manufacturing and click on clear NV RAM..... Now as soon as the Printer is Restarted....... Use it will work.......... Good Luck
It does sound like a power supply problem but that can be misleading because a problem somewhere else in the TV can be "holding down" the power supply. This can usually be determined by using some isolation techniques.
This is a common problem with this set and you may get luck by just replacing this part. But of course theres never a gaurantee of this. Its a nte or ecg 598 HI voltage diode. Used as a damper or waveshaper. In this Im pretty sure its a damper.. Just make sure you unsolder the horizontal output transistor and make sure its not shorted. Now you kmust know if your not a tech and know the hi voltage saftey issues with tv sets, You can get hurt by probing in the wrong place even with this set unplugged. I included a data sheet for this dide/rectifyer . Its lockated as a PDF. All you do to see it is click on your model # at the top and scroll down till you see the PDF. Good Luck. Oh and let us know how you made out and if you reconsidered and got a pro to assist you or you fixed it yourself??