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Does anyone know if the US power supply boards are universal or 110V only ?

My Panasonic P55VT60 went dead this week. Had a look and the power supply board (TNPA5717 P4) needs replacing. I have sent off a few emails to Australian parts suppliers but I am not hopeful as new parts for the Panasonic Plasma's seem to be non existent.

I have seen a seen a number of second hand power supply boards for the US 55VT60 from US eBay sellers. The order number on the circuit board an both mine (Aus.) and the US ones are TNPA5717 P4. However I also have a sticker mine that lists mine as TNPA5717AH. Whilst the number printed on the circuit board is still TNPA5717 P4 the numbers on the stickers on the US based models are different. Hence I am not confident they will work with 240V.

Has anyone tried a US power supply board ??

Regards

Mark

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Can't help with advice but am wishing you good luck.

I have the exact same tv and still rate it highly for bluray content.

It would be a shame indeed to need bin it

 

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Yes it would certainly like to get the VT 60 up and running again. There is the odd power VT60 power supply board that comes up in Europe but if the US version of this board is able to accept 100 to 260V it would make it much easier. 

I have some amps and a few other things that have universal voltage, but the VT 60 board ???????

 

Regards

Mark

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What does the TV compliance label indicate as that's the best indicator?

Normally for Australian TV's its 220 - 240V; a commonality shared with Europe and the UK.

 

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