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Panasonic plasma tv if you power on doesn't turn on.

Just sit there clicking trying to power on.

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Moved you out of cars to TV
no model TV told, at all off rear label.
there are 2 causes (dead picture and dead sound)
PSU dead
PSU overloaded
there are tested for all
check all DC rail voltage to spec.
then if one fails, we disconnect load to this DC pin and see if PSU wakes up. if does the load removed is bad
the service manual cover all this (schematics)

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