Word. I was looking up information about the mother board earlier and found that two other people had this issue. The thing has cheap capacitors on it. And I looked at mine, and sure enough, they were leaking. lol.
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Mother board drivers are usually found at the manufacturers site. Please provide more information as to you issue such as : a. model number b. manufactured by/model c. You have checked the user manual 1st. Please give detailed information as to your issue to better assist you in your resolution of the problem you are having.The more information given will help determine the resolution and guide you to the proper fix for your issue. Thank you.
I replaced mine, it's called the Deflector board. Some people call it the flyback board after the flyback transformer that is located on it. I found one on Ebay for 25 bucks a while back, so good luck. Troll ebay or find someone that is giving their tv away on craigslist because the convergence or a bulb is bad. Don't base it just on your specific model of TV though because many of them share this common board.
Try part #271827. That was the part number of the board I won on Ebay.
I contacted Panasonic about the "PLEASE WAIT" on display and after a few attempts to fix I was told that it would cost $130 minimum to repair.Then I found I had the same problem that
hpwhite & RandyChev described "PLEASE WAIT" on display. I followed their very precise and informative directions and found that I also had two bad (bulging) caps, C1270 & C1271 Thanks to the pictures he posted, I was able to find replacement 1000uf 35v Radio Shack #272-1032 capacitors and replaced them with no problems. I then was able to power it back up and all of my information was still on my hard drive, even the correct time in the display. If you can find RandyChev's description with the pictures, it is very easy to understand
Ok, this is a mother board issue. the entire mother board seems to be malfunctioning. the blinking amber/green light is confirming this. the mother board may have some fried circuitry and it will have to be replaced in this situation.
I would recommend extracting the mother board and stripping it. look for any discoloring factors that will lead to a burn out location. this will direct you to the necessary repair zone.