PANASONIC 65FZ800 no longer starts or stays on standby
You would like to watch your favorite program when, without warning, your PANASONIC 65FZ800 television decides not to turn on, whereas an hour ago it worked very well.
It can be a frustrating time, especially if your television has no reason to be down.
That’s why we wrote this article to help you when your PANASONIC 65FZ800 TV does not turn on or stays on standby.
Check the remote control of your PANASONIC 65FZ800
It may sound trivial, but if your remote does not work, your TV will not turn on when you use it.
Make sure your remote has charged and properly and has charged batteries.
If so, try using your phone and its remote control application to turn on your TV. Or simply press the on / off button on your PANASONIC 65FZ800.
If one of these two solutions works, the problem is with your remote control and not with your PANASONIC 65FZ800 TV.
You can enjoy your program again!
Check connections to your PANASONIC 65FZ800
Sometimes, between your PANASONIC 65FZ800 TV, decoder, internet box, DVD player, speakers and stereos, and even your game station, it may get a little tangled with all the cables behind your television. Some, with heat or sudden movement, disconnect or no longer function.
Take a look behind your TV and check that the connections are the right ones.
If this is the case, make sure there is power in the outlets.
If everything works fine but your PANASONIC 65FZ800 TV refuses to turn on, go to the next paragraph.
Check capacitors at the back of your PANASONIC 65FZ800
Beware, before doing this operation, make sure you know about electricity and the like.
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If not, please go and see a professional for your PANASONIC 65FZ800 before doing anything.
In any case, please unplug the electrical wire connected to your PANASONIC 65FZ800 before touching the back of it.
You could get electrocuted if not doing so. Besides, we strongly advise you to work with gloves which can fully protect you from electricity before doing this operation. Capacitors are electrical components essential to the start-up of an electronic object.
They are made of an insulating piece and metal wires.
These, when spoiled, may be the reason why your PANASONIC 65FZ800 TV does not turn on or remains on standby. But they can be changed! Be careful, if you do not feel comfortable with the following procedure, bring yourself closer to an expert who will help you for a reasonable price.
To repair capacitors on your PANASONIC 65FZ800, you must check the back of your PANASONIC 65FZ800 television and disassemble the protective shell if the capacitors are not already visible.
When you see them, have a pair of pliers, and separate them from your PANASONIC 65FZ800.
Then place the capacitors, which you can buy for the price of bred in a store, in the right place and using a welder, assemble them to your TV. Wait a few minutes for the capacitors to cool down.
And now your PANASONIC 65FZ800 works again!
Run the warranty of your PANASONIC 65FZ800
If your remote control works, your connections are good, and the capacitors do not look damaged, you can then play back the guarantee of your PANASONIC 65FZ800 TV.
Many retailers will take your PANASONIC 65FZ800 to repair or provide you with another.
Some TV models may have a hardware problem and the manufacturer may be at fault. Do not hesitate to ask for a model exchange with the manufacturer of your PANASONIC 65FZ800, who may provide you with another free of charge as an apology.
How do I reset my Panasonic TV that won’t turn on?
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The average lifespan of an LED at maximum or close-to-maximum brightness is 40,000 to 60,000 hours, or roughly 4.5 to 6.8 years.
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4 ancillary questions
How do I reset my Panasonic remote control?
Try a remote reset by removing the batteries and pressing every button on the remote twice.
Re-insert the batteries.
To operate other devices, such as changing channels when using Cable or Satellite boxes, or operating non-Panasonic Blu-ray players, use the remote supplied with the device.
– Turn the TV off and back on.
– Clean any vents/slots in the TV cabinet.
– Turn off the TV and unplug all devices connected to the TV.
– Update the TV software to the latest version.
– Other things to check for some specific products.
– Press the Menu soft key (middle soft key) at the bottom of the screen.
– Select System Settings from the menu.
– Enter #136 on the keypad.
– Select Yes when asked if you are sure you want to factory reset the phone.
The phone will be reset successfully after startup.
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