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I have a Panasonic TH-42PZ80U
I received the 10 blink code a few years ago and have just started to try and fix it.
I have seen several success stories on this site, so I am hoping to find some assistance.
I just replaced the Tea1611 and capacitors.
I still have the 10 blinks.
I read in a previous post about checking the Voltage on T1 and T2, I do have voltage at those points.
I checked the voltage at T6 and T7, but NO voltage is present at those points.
I wanted to know if someone can tell me how to check the Tea1611's and the capacitors to ensure they are seated properly.
The parts I purchased were identical to the originals. Should I buy different capacitors?
Would anyone have the part number for the ones I should get?
I have a TH-42PZ70BA which is doing the 10 blink thing, although intermittently - sometimes it works fine. This uses an ETX2MM681MF power board which I haven't found much information about. It has MC201 and MC301 modules so my thoughts from reading this forum are to try the replacement capacitor on those modules. However, my modules have a different layout and use IC TEA1610T, rather than TEA1611T, so I'm not sure if I'm barking up the wrong tree and if I'd replace the right capacitor with the right value replacement. The only clues I've found are two ebay sellers offering a repair kit and repair service.
The first link lists the kit contents as 2 x surface mount ICs,2 x multilayer ceramic capacitors,1 x photo-coupler.
I'd prefer to fix the TV myself and buy the components individually rather than pay for a kit shipped from the US (I'm in the UK). Does anybody have any experience with this one or any ideas?
I have a TC-P65S1 that I have just started having issues with in the last couple days. Once and a while i'm getting a 6 blink error code and cannot turn on the TV. I am currently able to temporarily fix this by disconnecting and reconnecting the power cable. I've been able to locate about every Panasonic troubleshooting guide except the one for my TV. The closest one i can find is for the TC-P50S1. Would it be safe to use the 50" guide to troubleshoot my 65"? Has anyone else had this issue with a 65"? Thanks
I have a 50PX60U which had some weird and confusing symptoms.
1-There was a vertical black bar on the top right corner running down halfway through the screen but it wasn't very wide so it didn't bother me.
2-It made a loud buzzing noise which I heard happens with plasmas but mine could be heard from far away, so I took off the back panel to try and figure out which component was making the buzzing, couldn't really figure out which one.
3-Put it back together, it was working fine, next morning I turned it on and the screen flashed some weird black and white pattern with horizontal lines, then shut off, turned it on again and it worked.
4-Finally I turn it on, it powers the fans up for a couple seconds then powers them down and starts blinking a red light, there is no number of blinks like other people have mentioned it's just blinks with about 3 second intervals in between and they go on forever.
I've tried disconnect the YSUS and turning it on and also the ZSUS but it does the same exact thing.
Any help would be appreciated since I'm a poor college kid and can't afford to have it serviced (this is what happens when you get a $200 plasma on craigslist haha)
I have a Panasonic TC-50S14, manufactured May, 2009.
About a month ago, heard a loud pop and the picture went out. Got the 10 blinks. After a bit of research, I held the power button and tried again. The TV tried to turn on, but failed again with another pop. This time the LED blinked 7 times.
I tried one final time, held the button down and gave it a shot. Back to 10 blinks. Also, smelled something burning (see below).
I figured that the power board would be the easiest fix to try, so I have one on the way.
However, after closer inspection, I can tell the SC board is definitely bad. Here is an image of it:
A couple of questions:
Do you think that replacing the SC board and P board would fix my issue, or is there something else I should be concerned with as well?
Any idea where to get an SC board? The part number is TNPA4782. I can't seem to find one on ebay or shopjimmy. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm prepared to gamble a couple of hundred bucks to fix this, but that's about it.