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Tv turns off and wont come back on

This Tv has a habit of blowing the fuses. However sometimes it just turns off without a fuse being blown. A TV Repair Man said there were loose capacitors and the whole board needed to be resoldered. Another one said a tuner cartridge needed to be replaced. Right now it will come on for a few minutes and then cut off and all the fuses are fine.

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Re: Tv turns off and wont come back on

Mine did same thing fixed @ shop for less than 100.00

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Keep blowing the main fuse.

To which circuit section did you replaced the fuse? Main power retulator? Just understand, the fuses are used to protect the circuit and TV from any short circuit or over voltage. Without any one of these, no fuse will blow up. If it was due to over voltage, the set should work after a fuse replacement. But here, the fuse blow up again, means, there is some thing shorted component/s. Check which component is shorted, and replace it, before replacing an other fuse. One more thing to say is, never insert a fuse other than specified. The voltage and ampere specification to fuse, will be marked at the circuit board, very near to the fuse clamp. Insert a fuse of same rating only. Using other fuse, rated higher ampere rating, might make things worse.

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While watching a movie on my RCA tv. model #HD52w59, it just lost all power and wont turn back on and the green power light does not light up. there is powere at the putlet so i know its something with the...

check first loose or broken power cord. if ok, what you can do is look for the power supply board look for blown fuse sometimes due to voltage fluctuation the fuse get blow.

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How many amps is the fuse that is located on the back of the TV near the power cord. It says T5AL/125 or 250 v. f800

Something else is going on to cause the fuse to keep blowing. Sounds like you have an issue on your power supply in the unit. Also check the outlet that your plugging it in to. Good luck!

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Tv won't turn on

hello yes there is there should be a glass fuse in the power supply if black is blown but beware if you put another 1 in and blows again then there's a dead short in the tv somewhare , ps make sure you put the same rated fuse back in, the value will be on the end of the fuse or next to the fuse holder.


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72 inch rear projection tv took a power surge last

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I had a power outage and now the tv will not power on. This is for a 55" Mitsubishi WS-55511. no green blinking lights.


You may have a blown fuse. Unplug the TV and remove the back. Look for a small fuse near where the power cord goes in.
If it is blown that may be the problem.
Use a magnifying glass to read the AMP rating.
replace the fuse and plug it in. If the fuse blows again you need expert repair services.

If the fuse doesn't blow then try to turn it on.
If it turns on then check the operation of the TV.

If the fuse blows again or the TV won't work correctly then you need expert repair service to fix your TV.

You may be able to have your household insurance pay if it is damaged by lightening or a power surge.


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Green flash came out of the back of sharp sx66nf8 tv when turned on. Now no power

Flashes out of hte back are never a good sign. A part has fried. Without seeing the insides, I can't see what occurred. Look for a blown fuse first. I suspect that changing the fuse will result in the new one blowing as well. You probably have a problem in the main power supply area. Try replacing the fuse first and turning on the set. Report here with anything that occurs. For example, standby light, blinking etc.

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4a fuse blown

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My TV doesnt turn on. where is ther fuse?

The fuse should be near where the line cord is attached to the power supply inside the TV. Be careful as there is a possibility of some DC voltage present from filter capacitors still holding a charge, long after the set is unplugged. If a fuse is blown and blackened, a new fuse will probably do the same when the set is plugged back in. Make sure you use the exact same rated fuse. IF the new fuse blows right away, do not repeat the process, it will only cause more damage. Good Luck.

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