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my issue is with the sound from the tv speakers....its muted.....and only occasionally does the full sound come out for a second.
On all inputs? How are you connected?

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yes, on all inputs, HDMI. I have tried switching ports, sources, same.......
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Well maybe once you replace your board it will get fixed, good luck.

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Cross posting this question with the Samsung F8500 thread.

My Panny 65GT50 died a tragic death by flying toy yesterday. So I'm looking. Has anyone directly compared the Samsung F8500 with this GT50 tv? I was set to keep my Panny for many more years, I just loved it. I can't stand the LED/LCD TVs I see, so it's either buy the Samsung F8500 while I still can, or buy a cheap LCD to tide me over until OLED prices come down.

I just can't imagine owning something other than a plasma right now. They look so much better than everything else available. I feel like it's a no-brainer on the Samsung, just don't want to get my hopes up. I felt spoiled by the GT50.
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If you buy another GT50, buy as long an extended warranty as you can.
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I'd love another GT50, just tell me where. I have a 5-year warranty on mine now. Doesn't help when a kid's toy cracked the screen. But outside of an accident like that, I agree.
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I'd love another GT50, just tell me where. I have a 5-year warranty on mine now. Doesn't help when a kid's toy cracked the screen. But outside of an accident like that, I agree.
That really sucks , it's not the first time I heard that, kids will be kids. Check if you're house insurance covers it, if you own your home. If not the F8500 is your only option unless you can find a used Panasonic.

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I'm having 2 recent new issues with apps. Number 1 is Netflix can't connect, and I see that they're going to be issuing a new Netflix version for the 4K Panasonic TV, but that's not this TV. I tried de authorization and still can't connect. The error message says it can't connect to the backend followed by a long IP address.The other thing is, is that more often than not Amazon comes up error 900. It says to try again and after doing so it usually comes up. These are new things that started going on the past couple days. Panasonic on Twitter suggested recycling my modem which I did. Afterward I could still have the Amazon 900 error. Other couple apps I use a lot seem to be working fine YouTube and Vudu. Any ideas?


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I'm having 2 recent new issues with apps. Number 1 is Netflix can't connect, and I see that they're going to be issuing a new Netflix version for the 4K Panasonic TV, but that's not this TV. I tried de authorization and still can't connect. The error message says it can't connect to the backend followed by a long IP address.The other thing is, is that more often than not Amazon comes up error 900. It says to try again and after doing so it usually comes up. These are new things that started going on the past couple days. Panasonic on Twitter suggested recycling my modem which I did. Afterward I could still have the Amazon 900 error. Other couple apps I use a lot seem to be working fine YouTube and Vudu. Any ideas?


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No ideas on how to solve. But I have been having the same problem of inability to connect to Netflix since Oct. 26 (two days ago). It just suddenly started. I have a workaround of using my DVD player (also Panasonic) to receive Netflix, but would like to get the TV app working again!

Any help would be appreciated.
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Official Panasonic GT50 Series Discussion Thread [No Street Price Talk]

NetFlix started working again late yesterday morning. The Amazon app is intermittent with the 900 error.

Note: My Roku had no issues connecting to either.


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I called Netflix support (which I should have done in the first place, I guess). They told me to power off the TV with the remote, and then unplug it from the power outlet for at least 10 seconds, then fire it back up again. It worked! Apparently the Netflix app gets bogged down after a while, and this clears the cache to enable it to run properly again.
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