Question about Toshiba 32AF45 32" TV
Hello, my Toshiba TV (standard def- 4 years old) seems to have "blown out" during a storm. Inside, two fuses are blown. I tried to replace them with identical fuses and as I place the new fuse in, I see a small electrical arc to the fuse and it blows the fuse immediately. The TV is unplugged of course. Any ideas what could be causing that peoblem and how I may be able to fix it? Thank you for any assistance. Les
Check the diodes or the regulator. the diode are most likly shorted that the 4 d's like d800, d801,d802,d803
Posted on Mar 20, 2007
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