Panasonic TV Power Board Problems
- Panasonic TV will not turn on.
- Panasonic TV keeps turning off.
- Panasonic TV clicks repeatedly, then turns on.
- Panasonic TV repeatedly turns off and on repeatedly by itself.
One or more capacitors is blown on the power board. Many power boards use capacitors that have a lower voltage rating than they should. They work fine for a while, but then swell or burst – causing the power board to fail.
As with many problems, there is more than one way to fix a failed Panasonic TV Power Board. Really though, they boil down to two options: repair or replace.
Panasonic TV Power Board Repair Kit
Most people find replacing the bulging or blown capacitors to be pretty simple. If you’re up for it, you can track down a repair kit on our Panasonic TV Repair Parts page. Otherwise, you probably want to just replace it.
Panasonic TV Power Board Replacement
Ordering a Panasonic TV Power Board replacement is a simpler solution than unsoldering blown capacitors and soldering new ones in their place. The only down-side is the additional cost. It’s a more definite fix though, and – if you doubt your soldering skills – it’s probably the way you should go.