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Panasonic 32" dead.

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Dani, Nov 23, 2006.

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  1. Dani

    Dani Guest

    M # CT-32SL14J Ch # AP 411, relay just clicks on, & off repeatedly at
    plug in. Nothing
    gone in the power supply, or horizontal, & the SMPS isn't oscillating,
    getting almost no
    output on all secondaries. Looks like the Micro, & EEPROM are bad, &
    Panasonic Tech
    just confirmed this. The Micro is a 64 pin QIP. Pretty hard to change.
    Have you guys seen
    many of these sets go bad like this? Thanks, Dani.
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    quirk of fate

    static event perhaps, or some random piece of iron filings/manufacturing
    solder balls shook loose and went where it should not have

    these things usually just dont fail like u describe

    or could be one of those chip failures of the 1 in ten million of the MTBF
    actualy occured, & u the winner!

    i would surmise it was a power glitch or out of bounds power supply
    excursion that did the nasty.
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