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t1412

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« on: October 08, 2018,17:29:51 »
hi chaps got a panasonic tx-l32s10ba the fault, is you switch it on backlight flashes up for a second, you can see the image then tv switches off with red standby light flashing slowly, my thoughts bad tube thanks for your time

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TX-l32s10ba
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Re: TX-l32s10ba
« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2018,20:41:48 »


Hi Shaun,


I take it that this is a CCFL backlit TV? Sounds like it's giving a Code 1 error message, 3 seconds between each blink, which is an invertor SOS. So it could be lamp short circuit protection, lamp open protection or arc protection, in short, a buggered CCFL, or it could be a fault on the psu, like dry joints or mismatched resistance on the inv. drive transformers. Something to be getting on with, anyway. Can upload service manual should you need it.                         


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Re: TX-l32s10ba
« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2018,01:43:19 »
hi bruse thanks for the info i've solder the 2 transformers if you could load a manual that would be great thanks

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Re: TX-l32s10ba
« Reply #3 on: October 09, 2018,03:52:03 »

OK, so I've uploaded it as TH-L32S10A, which is the Oz version of the TV.                    Bruce

 

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