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Experience:  Television Engineer for many high street outlets 20 plus years experience
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Panasonic viera TH42PX600B on/off button wont work

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Panasonic viera TH42PX600B on/off button wont work
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Is their any powerlight lit or blinking on the front of the set please?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

No, no power light at all, no blinking



OK if your sure theirs power reaching the set you have tried another socket or you are sure that socket is working then you do have a problem with the powerboard within the set, what needs to be done is for the back of the set to come off and using a meter checks are to be carried out on the board, I will provide you with more detailed information with that I just need to know your practical capabilities and if you can use a meter.
If not an engineer will charge around £80 to repair the powerboard (they are normally repairable to an engineer)

Let me know if you can do this or need more info

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Thats very useful, thank you. The plug sockets work etc and I havent got kit or skills so will get an engineer. About £80 is a lot cheaper than a new TV.

Thank you again


OK let me know if you change your mind

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