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Fuse location on tv

I think my fuse is blown but i have no idea were it is or what looks like. Is it like an automotive fuse? is it behind the back panel?

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Re: fuse location on tv

A fuse is a small glass tube about 3/4" to 1". it is located near the end of the power cord inside the tv. it is located in the power board supply circuit. there are several reason why fuse blew up. 1. sudden surge current/voltage in your area 2. shorted in either power supply or horizontal deflection circuits. when replacing fuse, be sure to change it with the same value. but if after replacement has been done and the fuse blew again, there is a short in the circuit as stated in reason no. 2. refer to a qualified service technician if you are not inclined with this job. good luck!

Posted on Feb 13, 2007

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