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Panasonic TC-32LZ800 repair kit for TV failing to start and/or starting with backlight, no image problem (TNPA4467)

This is a repair kit for common failures we've seen and resolved in Panasonic TC-32LZ800 LCD TV.

Coppell TV Repair LLC is offering a repair kit for common failures we have found and successfully resolved Panasonic TC-32LZ800 LCD TV.

The kit consists components addressing several possibly independent failures that we have seen; you may not need all or even any of the parts inside and we do not guarantee this kit will resolve your TV's issues!

Please read carefully the below information for helpful hints on whether you may benefit from applying this repair kit as well as the conditions for applying it!

Kit reference name: CTVRL-NO-PB-0116

Failure symptoms

As of the release date of this repair kit it includes components for two separate issues: one preventing the TV from starting up and the other being TV starting up and producing backlight (glow from LCD panel), possibly sound (if on appropriate input/channel with signal), but nothing on the LCD panel.

In the former case the TV would respond to power on command and front LED will react as if the TV is about to turn on, only to return back to initial standby position within 2-3 seconds; the backlights never come up.

See below video for details.

Kit contents

IC7003 from the back of the power supply board TNPA4467.
F1 from T-CON board (located to the right of the LDVS connector).

Difficulty level

Easy to medium. Replacing SMD components is not the easiest task in soldering, but it is doable with some experience, patience and decent tools.

Improper handling is very likely to damage the board, so if you are not certain you can undertake the service consider using our repair services instead.

The kit contains the same components that our own service technicians use.


Coppell TV Repair LLC does not guarantee that this product is all that is needed to resolve the problems with your TV.

Most of the repair kits we offer are based on first hand experience servicing boards at our repair facility. 

Over time they may get expanded with our own experience or information from manufacturer service bulletins, customer feedback etc.

Yet failure can be unique and there can not be guarantee that what has worked one, ten or even hundred times will also work the next one.

Just as important, every repair involves about equal portion of quality of parts and quality of worksmanship and as we have no control over the worksmanship quality unless we are the ones performing it we would be unwise to provide warranty of the products utilized by that worksmanship.

As such, no warranty is offered on this product once the components in it are soldered on a board.

If you would like warranty please see if a REPAIR SERVICE is offered instead of a kit. Unless otherwise noted all our repair services do come with a standard warranty.


Normally ships within 1 business day. Unexpected delays may occur, but if we can't ship within 3 business days we will contact you or/and cancel the order.

We try to ship every business day M-F and, for USPS shipments, Saturday as well.

Items under 14 oz are normally shipped with USPS First Class mail unless other option was available and chosen during checkout.

Packages of 1 lb. and above are shipped USPS Priority, FedEx Ground/Home, subject to our decision.

ATTENTION INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS: If your order is accepted by our store and your address is outside United States you may not be able to track package delivery progress once it leaves the country. The United States Postal Service (USPS) does not provide tracking information to some countries unless the shipment is the most expensive Express type, which is usually too expensive to justify using. You can accept that condition and strip Coppell TV Repair LLC of responsibility to the delivery status of your package provided we show it was shipped and processed by a courier in a timely manner. Or you can contact us prior to ordering and inquiry for delivery confirmation shipping method, which, again, usually costs an arm and a leg compared to the simple USPS First Class shipping.