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post #2041 of 2045 Old 07-11-2014, 02:29 PM
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Is anyone able to help with my problem?
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Thanks kdh05. I am a novice at soldering... What is flux?

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Don't worry about the heatshrink on that orange cap, no problem.

You did great! And the tv will probably work as is indefinitely.

But, if you add a dab of flux on each lead of the two caps, then put the iron on each one for about two seconds, it would smooth out the joint and make it a better solder joint, too.

Enjoy your tv!
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So my 2007 Panasonic TH-42PZ700U developed 10 blink syndrome on Mon. I replaced it with a Sony KDL-50W800B but I would like to repair the Panny if possible.

I took the back off but I see no obviously burned components.

What should my next steps be?

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hello
first of all im sorry if i post it at a wrong place

i have panasonic plasma th-p50xt50m .i purchased it in the middle east
it has a funny problem
everything is okay untill the electricity disconnect or unplug the power cable !when the electricity becomes disconnect or unplug the power cable, it wont turn on again after at least 8 hours , u need to unplug the power cable during 8 hours! after that it work again and doesnt have any problem ! i have changed the power cable but havent fixed yet ! i checked the fuse, it was okay !
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Thanks for the reply! I have a few questions. Do you have a link to the flowchart? What tool would I need to test for 5V on pin 9 of connector P25/A25? If I need to replace an entire board, does that require soldering?</div>
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Soldering, no. Screwdriver, yes.<br><br>
A multimeter even a cheapie should do for the 5V check.<br><br>
I can give a link but you'll have to join up or try google.<br><br>
2009_PDP_Troubleshooting_Handbook_TTG090507CP-REV091117<br><br>
<a href="http://www.badcaps.net/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=70990&amp;d=1379558811 " target="_blank">http://www.badcaps.net/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=70990&amp;d=1379558811 </a>
I've been really busy the last 2 months and haven't gotten around to repairing my TC-P65V10 that had the 1 blinking light issue (also been using the upstairs TV). Well, after the TV was unplugged for over 2 months, I plugged it in and tried turning it on and it worked! It's still working so far after a few days of regular use.

Any idea what could have happened inside the TV for it to start working? Do you think it will last?
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