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Panasonic TX50AX802B
« on: October 25, 2018,04:54:56 »
Hi folks,

Have one giving just the Panasonic logo then set cuts to S/by with 13 s/by Led flashes.

Any ideas ? - Thanks - Chris.

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Panasonic TX50AX802B
« on: October 25, 2018,04:54:56 »

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Re: Panasonic TX50AX802B
« Reply #1 on: October 25, 2018,05:51:24 »

Hi Chris,

Code 13 is an emergency SOS usually attributable to the A-Board, but I'd be pulling out the LED tester and checking the backlights, although they usually give you code 1. Rather you than me.                         Bruce

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Re: Panasonic TX50AX802B
« Reply #2 on: October 25, 2018,13:06:00 »
Thanks Bruce,

LCD set for some reason is as heavy as a plasma, suspect the stand does lower frequencies.

Bit daft for a Panasonic but who is one to cast anything ? Chris

PS - Backlights seem nifty, if it was an LG would cook it.

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Re: Panasonic TX50AX802B
« Reply #3 on: October 26, 2018,11:50:14 »
Hi Bruce,

Guess the 'A-Board' is the SSB. Thought try update firmware via USB but the set wouldn't have any of it, just sat there saying 'Panasonic' 'till it cut to S/by after five minutes.

Recall a Quuq chap a while ago had the same set, where occasionally it gave a picture of sorts so he could update it to perfection - 'Bonesy' as I remember, but sadly he seems to have vanished from Quuq, though thought him nifty - Chris.

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Re: Panasonic TX50AX802B
« Reply #4 on: October 27, 2018,05:31:18 »

Hi Chris,

Yes, A-board = SSB board = main board. Code 1 is a failure of communication between the panel micro and the system micro.
These are both located on the A-board, so draw your own conclusion.

Too bad that Panasonic main boards are unresponsive to cooking. Off to fleabay I guess.                                 Bruce

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Re: Panasonic TX50AX802B
« Reply #5 on: October 27, 2018,08:43:13 »
Thanks Bruce,

Nothing currently on Fleabay apart from 2 sets with the 'stuck logo' issue - And they want real money for them, and seems some folks are interested as maybe an 'easy fix' - Chris.

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