[TechAssist] Re: Panasonic CT36HX42

Brock,
I'm not sure if this is close to your model..
From Tech Repair CD:
Panasonic\CT36HX41E\Shuts down in a few seconds. High Voltage tries to come 
up\\\DX2\Check D836\\\\\\\\

Panasonic\CT36HX41E\Intermittent shutdown\\\DX2\Check C524* L875* & R517\\\\\\\\

Pan\CT32HX41E\Panasonic Direct view shutdown problem.\\\\There have been 
numerous reports of the Panasonic
CT32/36HX41E with a shutdown problem.  One of the problems that may be causing 
this is C524\off pin 3 of
the flyback shorting and killing the ABL voltage.  This voltage should vary in 
the opposite direction with
the brightness.  In this case the\voltage read .0vdc. Part number for C524:  
ECQB1224JF\\\\\\

Jeff
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Intrepid Video TV/VCR Repair
263 S Front St, Steelton PA 17113
717-939-7708; (F) 717-564-4952
www.intrepid-video.com  www.tech-repair.net
----- Original Message -----
From: "markbrock" <markbrock@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, April 19, 2004 8:43 AM
Subject: [TechAssist] Panasonic CT36HX42


customer says it snaps and went dead, had same model couple months ago,
same thing,   everything checked ok on first one,   sent to pts,  don't know
what they did,  but it only lasted a week and did the same thing,  so they
have that one,  now I've got another doing same thing,  any ideas, long
service call and heavy heavy set. I would rather fix these sets and make the
profit myself. I think the first one was about 235.00 bucks!!  this customer
won't go that deep.
thanks for any help
brock

Brock Electronics
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Independence Ks. 67301
620-331-0235
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markbrock@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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