Question about Televison & Video
I used to be a TV engineer many years ago, and I do not profess to know much about flat screen TV's.
I have just been asked to look at one of these which has suffered the same fate as yours.
It does have an internal fuse, but it is not a "normal" household fuse, it is a component fuse and you will need to be able to solder and de-solder to be able to fit one.
That said, the TV I have here, the fuse is OK, if I disconnect the PSU from the main board, the standby +5V recovers, suggesting the PSU is operational. Connect it back up and it drops, something is shorting out the +5v, which is why it will not switch on.
Without a diagram, this has become very frustrating, and Ithink I am going to have to give up,
Sorry it's not good news people!
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
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