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My TV model CT-36HL42CF,the power switch (on-off) doesn't work

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Hate to disagree, but the tech asst. dept. said to upgrade to a larger fuse on certain models of flat screen crt 32 &36 inch models. We factory servicers first tried a 6.5 amp but a few came back, so we went to a 7 amp and that solved it. Those certain models draw alot of current to run the tube and it sometimes peaks very close to the original fuse's value. I agree not to go to any higher amperage but 7/10ths of an amp will stil provide safety within the set. Good luck, Russmann.

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The original fuse in a Panasonic is a 6.3 AMP fuse. NEVER EVER use a larger fuse then the set is designed for. The thermistor is bad but, please only use a 6.3 amp fuse. Using a 7 AMP fuse as Patagonia suggested is downright a possible hazzard!

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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    I have read NO factory updates for any Panasonic model that states to use a larger fuse. The fuse goes at turn on due to the inrush current drawn by the thermistor/degauser on these units. The same happens with some Sony and Samsung CRT sets. Now changing the thermistor to a slightly higher resistance is the better choice so the degauser wont pull so much current at turn on. This is the ONLY fix that should be done period. Now if you want to take the chance and use a larger fuse on your repairs then do it and take the responsibility otherwise never advise the novice to re-engineer his/hers TV and possibly risk the chance of a fire!

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You will need to have the switch replaced. If you are a handyman, it is possible to do it yourself It only involves un-soldering four contact points and re-soldering in the new switch. But be sure you use the same type of switch, or you may not be able to make the replacement one fit into the holes on the PC board. Don't forget to rate this answer.

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Is the button broken? More likely, the thermistor and main fuse need replaced. The fuse should be upgraded to a 7 amp GMA.

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