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Hi there, sorry to hear you're having trouble with the tv,
do you notice any pattern to the green/red lights? Does the picture stay on and work normally sometimes?
There is a high probability this is just the lamp at the end of its life, and replacing that bulb will often fix this type of problem.
some times the picture goes out completely and he sound some times does not come back on when the tv does. some times the picture is very very faded and then comes back on this may happen 5-10 times before it comes on for a while
That does sound like a lamp problem to me.
You'll need to replace the bulb. It is fairly simple, and can be done with basic hand tools. If you're up for doing it yourself, I'll send you a link to order the part, and some instructions.
If you don't want to do it yourself, I can help you find a local tech to do the job.
I will be happy to do it my self
Panasonic TY-LA1000 (click for link)
There is the part, you can use that same TY-LA1000 part number to search elsewhere if you wish as well. Genuine OEM (panasonic branded) bulbs tend to be better quality and last longer, but are much more expensive. This is a generic model, and much cheaper.
Here is a video (CLICK FOR LINK) that will show you how to install the lamp