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Panasonic Plasma TC-P42C1 10 light blink code, then the light came on and then no light at all-nothing! Power Suppy board?

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By blinking led its shows where is exactly the complaint. You have to count the blinking. How much time its blinks in one sequence. the only it will be possible to say is it power supply or any other boards.

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