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NOTE: TV's can kill months after they have been unplugged. Touching the wrong part can give you tens of thousands of volts. This could happen even whilst you are removing the cover.
Most likely is that you have had a power surge and blown an internal fuse.
Unless you are competent with TV repairs, take it to a shop. If it is this it will be cheap.
Hello There is a fuse inside the power supply bard of your sylvania TV. Check whether it has blown out. If bllown out, replace it with same type bothe in size and amperage. If the newly inserted fuse also blow up as soon as you switch on the set, make sure that the power supply section has some short circuit in it, and should be cheked well. OK.
Most colour tvs have a fuse rating of 2 to 3 amps. If the fuse is blown, there must be some reason for that. Without rectifying that reason, if you place fuse again and again, all the fuse you put will blow out and you may making the thing worse. Please contact a technician. Never put any fuse again and spoil the circuit board.
According to the symptom if the TV blowing fuse repeatedly then there must be a short circuit in the power supply, Check the PTC it must be short and blowing fuse due to it. Hope this will fix your problem. Thanks.
Hi your problem is that a component(s) inside your TV has probably short circuited to Earth, this then causes a massive current to flow and this blows the fuse.
Due to the types of Component failure from this, this TV should go to a reputable repair shop. Get a firm "Quote" and an explanation of what needs to be done.
When a fuse blows out thats an indication that theres a short in the set and the fuse is installed there to prevent a fire fom happening in the set. unless you know the HI Voltage safty issues with a tv set there are no user serviceable parts inside these sets and these tvs should only be worked on by trained service personel! The problem that occouring here could be a shorted or leaky bridge rectifier, a shorted and or a bad horizontal output transistor as well as the flyback transistor and the trsnsformer, or a bad componet in the power supply.. Good Luck