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All telivisions are provided with fuses, and the function of fuse is to protect its internal circuit agains short circuit, and protect the other components in the TV. if fuse must blow, surely there must ba reason. Without rectify that reason, if you put the fuse and switch it again, it may poise to other more problems. So get it repaired with a qulaified service personal. Never put any more fuse in it and swich on the Tv. Ok.
Check for 5 volts present at pins of EEPROM IC. ( 8 pin-center
front) = no 5 volts = Re-check power supply components such as AC in resistor 2.7 Ohm ?....Or 5 volts ok,then suspect EEPROM corrupted........part # 223957 ( install 8-pin socket,then re-plug in original, if that doesn't clear it, plug in
new part) Use pre-programmed after-market replacement,if you
can get it.....Let me know....T.
check the main fuse in the tv. test it with a multimeter, not visually. if its the thermistor that blew the fuse, it is very difficult to see the break in the wire. replace if blown. if unit blown fuse again withing a couple of weeks replace the thermistor in the degausing circuit.