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Flat panel tv blows fuses

Our tv blew a fuse and went dead. I took the back off and replaced with the same fuse. As soon as I plugged it back in it blew the new fuse.
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  • blewmy_fuse Jan 14, 2009

    mine did the same thing, only instead of replacing fuse, i wrapped it in aluminum foil, put it back in, plugged it in, and it popped and flashed.. now i have no power nowhere.. what did i just break?

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Next to the fuse that blows is 4 large black diodesflat panel tv blows fuses - 2.gif.one of those is common to short out. the bad one would give you areading of zero ohms when checked with a meter. or just replace all 4.most likely its location D603. hope this helps

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If the same fuse blows again as soon as you plug it the LCD to the AC outlet, It means that a transistor(s), capacitor(s) or diode(s) are shorted.
I can repair the power supply for you. Let me know if you need further assistance.

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