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Question Help, Unusual power cable old Panasonic TV (TK-P0E488)

DDavnet

Novice Member
Hi, I have a very old panasonic TV and the power cable got lost when I moved house. I can’t find anywhere the right type of power cable, it’s not one I’m familiar with. Can anyone help?
many thanks,
Dee
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Bacus

Distinguished Member
It will help if you can provide the model number of the TV set (normally found on a product label on the rear casing)
Is it a plasma TV or an old CRT TV or LCD ?
Do you know roughly how old the TV is ?
 

Trollslayer

Distinguished Member
Looking at the state of the plastics there it is pretty old.
 

noiseboy72

Distinguished Member
That's not designed to be a removable power cable. I doubt you will be able to buy one off the shelf, but it might be possible to find the connector and make a new one from scratch. Ideally you need a picture of one to identify the wiring, or failing that open up the TV to work out live, neutral, earth order.
 

mikej

Well-known Member
Are you sure that model number is right ? According to Google, there is literally only one mention of that model number on the whole of the internet and that's in this thread !
 

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