Question about Proton NT-3460 32" TV
Mine has gone out and i cant seem to find another adapter for this proton tv. Could direct me in the right direction to resolve my problem. The plug that goes into the back of the tv has a four prong plug and a regular wall plug at the other end, In the middle of the power wire there is a box about 4"x7" and when the power is on it seems as if a fan runs to keep it cool, Also there is a blue light inside the box. Here are some numbers that may help
input 100-240V-50-60HZ 3.0Amax
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Posted on Aug 26, 2009
Unless this set is really oddball, it probably has the same type power cord connector used on computers and so many other electronic appliances. If this is the case, you can use a standard computer power cord as a replacement. The computer cord is a three-wire plug with a ground pin and the TV probably only had a two-prong plug, but the cord will still fit. Your electric outlet should be the three-prong type (if it's not, get it replaced!) so the plug will fit.
If the connector in the set is really different, you can check online by doing a Google search for replacement parts for you TV.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
This is a link to buy a new power cord make sure both ends are the same
Posted on Jan 25, 2011
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