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RE: 72034 Azkeyz: I told you I would get back to you about my tv

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  • Dwight Edwards Sep 21, 2008

    I already put my card in and went through all the preliminary stuff. Don't you still have my information

  • Dwight Edwards Sep 21, 2008

    TXN3271HF

    I got the multimeter you told me to get and the fuses. I am just trying thanks

  • Dwight Edwards Sep 21, 2008

    TXN3271HF Samsung HD tv 32 inch about 5 years old, flat screen. full screen

  • Dwight Edwards Sep 21, 2008

    samsung tv TXN3271HF HD

    problem is the tv will not turn on azkeyz told me it was very likely a fuse. I went to radio shack, got a multimeter and some fuses. Do not know what to do next

  • Steven Brown May 11, 2010

    In the future FixYa! may ask you to fill out a template asking you what brand and the model number of your product



    I do not recall the brand or model number , I am working with FixYa! to help me do that.



    You will need to tell me the brand and model number of your product again.



    I apollogise for any inconveniance.





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RE: 72034 - f12ab5d.jpg
September 21 2008

You have asked me where the fuse is located
The answer to that is , the fuse is locaed INSIDE THE SET on the chasis.
To find the fuse

1. You will need to look at the back of the television set where the power chord connects to the
chasis, the fuse will be located in that area.

Chasis in this situation means the board wich is located at the bottom of the television
and does not mean the CRT board attached to the picture tube.

Az.


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