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My panny just turned off the other day and is now totally dead. No led blinking when I plug it into the ac outlet.


I'm trying to follow this troubleshooting flowchart - http://www.alternative-health.co.uk/panasonic.pdf


I hope it's the correct one.


Quick question, when the manual says to check for voltages at pin "x" of connector "y", do I unplug the connector from the board first or do I leave the connector attached and test it then?


thanks for any feedback
 

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My panny just turned off the other day and is now totally dead. No led blinking when I plug it into the ac outlet.


I'm trying to follow this troubleshooting flowchart - http://www.alternative-health.co.uk/panasonic.pdf


I hope it's the correct one.


Quick question, when the manual says to check for voltages at pin "x" of connector "y", do I unplug the connector from the board first or do I leave the connector attached and test it then?


thanks for any feedback

Leave the connectors plugged in unless stated otherwise. Panasonics troubleshhooting flowcharts are pretty effective for the most part. From my experience, dead Pannys usually have bad A or P boards. Follow your flowchart carefully. Good luck and let us know how it turns out.
 
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