Panasonic video equipment is dependable and affordable equipment that rarely breaks down. Rugged drive components and reliable electronics inside Panasonic video equipment typically lasts for years without having problems. When parts do wear out or break on your Panasonic video equipment, find the replacement parts you need to get the equipment up and running at Sears PartsDirect.
Troubleshooting your Panasonic video equipment when it won't power up
If you're using the remote control to attempt to power up the video equipment, try using the power button on the video equipment.
If the video equipment won't power up when you press the power button, check the power cord. Plug the video equipment power cord securely into the electrical wall outlet if the outlet cord plug is loose.
If the video equipment power cord is properly plugged into the electrical wall outlet, check the electrical outlet for power by plugging a different item into the wall outlet. If the wall outlet is dead, reset the house circuit breaker for the wall outlet. Have an electrician repair the wall outlet if it remains dead after resetting the house circuit breaker.
If you have the video equipment plugged into a surge protector, check for a tripped circuit breaker on the surge protector. Reset the surge protector circuit breaker if it's tripped.
If the video equipment is getting power through the power cord but won't power up, you may need to replace the power control board in the video equipment.
Common replacement parts for Panasonic video equipment
HDMI cable. The HDMI cable connects the video equipment to the television and transmits the digital video and audio signals from the video equipment to the television for playback.
Power cord. The power cord supplies electrical current to the video equipment components.
Disc tray. The disc tray opens and allows you to insert a DVD or CD into the DVD player of the video equipment.
Remote control. The remote control allows you to control video equipment settings and functions from a remote location. The remote control communicates setting and function selections to the video equipment using RF (radio frequency) signals.