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post #2521 of 2530 Old 04-04-2017, 06:32 PM
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Thin ribbon cables: open the friction tab (part of the board), ribbon will slide out freely w/o force

Thick copper wires crimped into plastic connectors: squeeze the tabs on each side (part of the connector), give it a good tug while rocking side to side
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just pull out but probably wedged in well. try rocking slightly or a small flat screwdriver may helpp lever it up slightly to get it started, just try a little either end. If pulling the cables, take it easy with the finer ones. Then if it's the same board and modules that fail as the PZ80, try the desoldering tip I just made but take photos of the board so you know how it all goes in case you have a desoldering accident
Thank you both. Combined use of fingernails in the sides, grabbing from the top and bottom, and cinching the wires from the sides - and rocking gently until one of those worked - worked on all four or five of these things.


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Thank you both. Combined use of fingernails in the sides, grabbing from the top and bottom, and cinching the wires from the sides - and rocking gently until one of those worked - worked on all four or five of these things.


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So - in removing the 6 screws that hold the P-Board on (I took the support off with the board) one of the screws fell behind the panel with many of the inputs and outputs. I'm not so worried about the screw itself, but do I need to worry about causing a short or some other electrical issue back there?


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My Panasonic ST60 shuts off after a few minutes after power on and I get the 6 blink code I unplug re-plug Everything works fine then after about a minute it happens again powers off 6 blink code This was happening once in awhile but now its happening more often

Also I don't hear the Tick! noise when powering the TV ON/OFF like I hear on my other plasma just powers ON/OFF silently like LED/LCD TV's

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http://www.brainchamber.com/2016/03/...v-blink-codes/

Panasonic TV Blink Codes for All Panasonic Models
Panasonic Plasma TVs have a built in circuit for fault diagnostics. If a fault occurs on one of the internal circuits, the firmware in the TV will detect it and output an error in the form of a blinking LED lite. The exact error is represented by the number of blinks in each series of blinks. By using this fault error code, you can diagnose the problem with the TV without even opening it. First, be sure you are counting the blinks correctly – it is very important to correctly diagnosing the problem. To do that, turn the TV OFF, and then back on and count the number of times the LED blinks. Repeat the process to confirm, and then look up the error code on the table below. This will very quickly diagnose the problem and tell you what board needs to be replaced or repaired.

1blink STV 5v sense DG Board
2blinks 15v SOS D Board
3blinks 3.3v SOS D Board
4blinks Power SOS P Board
5blinks 5v SOS D Board
6blinks Driver SOS 1 SU / SD / SC Boards (SC energy recovery circuit)
7blinks Driver SOS 2 SU / SD / SS Boards (SC floating voltage area)
8blinks Driver SOS 3 SS Board (SS energy recovery circuit)
9blinks Panel Config. SOS
10blinks Sub 5v SOS / Main 3v SOS DG Board DTV 9v SOS / Tuner Power SOS
11blinks Fan SOS PB Board
12blinks Sound SOS H Board
13blinks Communication error DG Board with IC8001 (Pesks Lite 2)
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http://www.brainchamber.com/2016/03/...v-blink-codes/

Panasonic TV Blink Codes for All Panasonic Models
Panasonic Plasma TVs have a built in circuit for fault diagnostics. If a fault occurs on one of the internal circuits, the firmware in the TV will detect it and output an error in the form of a blinking LED lite. The exact error is represented by the number of blinks in each series of blinks. By using this fault error code, you can diagnose the problem with the TV without even opening it. First, be sure you are counting the blinks correctly – it is very important to correctly diagnosing the problem. To do that, turn the TV OFF, and then back on and count the number of times the LED blinks. Repeat the process to confirm, and then look up the error code on the table below. This will very quickly diagnose the problem and tell you what board needs to be replaced or repaired.

1blink STV 5v sense DG Board
2blinks 15v SOS D Board
3blinks 3.3v SOS D Board
4blinks Power SOS P Board
5blinks 5v SOS D Board
6blinks Driver SOS 1 SU / SD / SC Boards (SC energy recovery circuit)
7blinks Driver SOS 2 SU / SD / SS Boards (SC floating voltage area)
8blinks Driver SOS 3 SS Board (SS energy recovery circuit)
9blinks Panel Config. SOS
10blinks Sub 5v SOS / Main 3v SOS DG Board DTV 9v SOS / Tuner Power SOS
11blinks Fan SOS PB Board
12blinks Sound SOS H Board
13blinks Communication error DG Board with IC8001 (Pesks Lite 2)
I've fixed two Panny's with bad SC boards. In both cases I sent all three boards to Oleg. SU,SD and SC boards. He's an ebay repair man. Reason to send all three is because SU and SD buffers need to be tested. If one of those are bad too they can take out your repaired SC board. Not sure if Oleg works on ST60's but if not him there are other's that may fix that board. Other option would be to test the buffers yourself and if ok look for a used working SC board. Good luck.
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I've fixed two Panny's with bad SC boards. In both cases I sent all three boards to Oleg. SU,SD and SC boards. He's an ebay repair man. Reason to send all three is because SU and SD buffers need to be tested. If one of those are bad too they can take out your repaired SC board. Not sure if Oleg works on ST60's but if not him there are other's that may fix that board. Other option would be to test the buffers yourself and if ok look for a used working SC board. Good luck.

it's been working for the past three days since I left it unplugged overnight that's another problem it stops working at random times not often so even I send the boards to be checked chances are they will all pass tests I have to wait for it to completely fail

Most likely a capacitor somewhere getting weak any other part would either work or not
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Hi all,

I tried searching the thread, but there were minimal answers. There was a thunderstorm over night, and now my p60u50 won't turn on at all. The cable box was damaged as well. Everything on the surge protector works, but the cable box and tv is dead. It probably went through the coaxial cable, then through to the hdmi to my tv. The standby light is solid red, and does not blink. If the standby light is on, that means the power supply is good right? I think others in this thread have replaced the A board with success. The power button is unresponsive and doesn't do anything. Remote does not work either. I could try doing that since I like the picture on the plasma so much. Is there any thing else I can do?

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Hi all,

I tried searching the thread, but there were minimal answers. There was a thunderstorm over night, and now my p60u50 won't turn on at all. The cable box was damaged as well. Everything on the surge protector works, but the cable box and tv is dead. It probably went through the coaxial cable, then through to the hdmi to my tv. The standby light is solid red, and does not blink. If the standby light is on, that means the power supply is good right? I think others in this thread have replaced the A board with success. The power button is unresponsive and doesn't do anything. Remote does not work either. I could try doing that since I like the picture on the plasma so much. Is there any thing else I can do?

Thanks.


Even though I didn't have a storm involved, I have the SAME issue... NO BLINKS and set powers off after 10 seconds, here is my original post that I ended up mistakenly posting somewhere else and got barked at by the moderator. I hope someone on this thread can help us.



I have a TC-P55ST30. Has served me well for almost 6 years. Two months ago, it shut off by itself after about 2 minutes turn on time. It would not power on again unless the power cord was unhooked and then re-inserted. Even with this, it would only stay powered on for 20 seconds and then turn off. The power light remains on STEADY, no blinking, after shut off. I called PTS electronics in Indiana, the only reputable place for repairing plasma TV's that I have researched. Their techs said that the culprit was most probably the "A" board. I called in some help to dismount it, and then I took it apart and mailed in the board. After testing it, they found no problem, and are going to return it to me for their testing fee. Now they are stating that it could be my SC (SUS) board, possibly even my power board in the upper middle. Before doing anything drastic and mailing both the other boards in, they suggested that I try to post here to see if anyone could help either from experience or from a stepwise elimination approach. I don't want to junk this set just yet. I have the set already leaning against the wall. If I should wait for the A board to be returned, to do some basic diagnostics please inform. Thanks again.


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Even though I didn't have a storm involved, I have the SAME issue... NO BLINKS and set powers off after 10 seconds, here is my original post that I ended up mistakenly posting somewhere else and got barked at by the moderator. I hope someone on this thread can help us.



I have a TC-P55ST30. Has served me well for almost 6 years. Two months ago, it shut off by itself after about 2 minutes turn on time. It would not power on again unless the power cord was unhooked and then re-inserted. Even with this, it would only stay powered on for 20 seconds and then turn off. The power light remains on STEADY, no blinking, after shut off. I called PTS electronics in Indiana, the only reputable place for repairing plasma TV's that I have researched. Their techs said that the culprit was most probably the "A" board. I called in some help to dismount it, and then I took it apart and mailed in the board. After testing it, they found no problem, and are going to return it to me for their testing fee. Now they are stating that it could be my SC (SUS) board, possibly even my power board in the upper middle. Before doing anything drastic and mailing both the other boards in, they suggested that I try to post here to see if anyone could help either from experience or from a stepwise elimination approach. I don't want to junk this set just yet. I have the set already leaning against the wall. If I should wait for the A board to be returned, to do some basic diagnostics please inform. Thanks again.


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Message this guy. If your good with a meter he can have you run a couple test to see if it's the SC board. SC boards are usually a seven blink code so I have my doubts on SC board. OLEG fixed two SC boards for me on a 65VT25 and a 50GT30.
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Actually it could be SC. See post #3 then see slide 41. SC or SS most common for a no blink code.
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