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Re: How do I check the fuses?
If the screen is getting hot it may not be the fuses that have gone bad. However if you want to have a go you should look for ceramic fuses on the PS board the problem being they come in different shapes and sizes.. They might look like this http://images.google.co.in/images?gbv=2&hl=en&q=ceramic+fuse&btnG=Search+images PS:If you do not have adequate knowledge in electronics I would not advise you to fix it ourself as the set can hold potentially lethal voltages upto several hours after turning off. As I always say "your life and limb is worth much more than this"
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Check ur house power outlet source?Yes.Than the tv whole power supply board it is dead,modern electronic equipments rarely have dead fuses alone or only.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com Ebay.com to buy a whole refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
its looks ur screen is DEATH.........as u only have the set for 18 months i assume u have no warrentie left' may go in touch with TOSHIBA and tell them ur problem u have...... but it looks to me u need a new screen,,,,,or may a service will solve ur problem,,,,,it may cost u .......but may cheaper as a new screen
Fuse and element failure is related to lack of air passing over the element. The drum and fan should run even if the heater is inoperative. Find out what is stopping them, then work on heat. If motor is running, there should be air flow--pull vent hose from wall outlet--should be brisk air flow. If not, remove the lint screen and check again. If now ok, soak the lint screen in hot water and detergent. If drum does not turn, check the drive belt and if it sits properly on motor pulley.
I had this exact same problem. After a week or so it started responding to the remote control again. Then after a couple of days it stopped responding. This problem came and went for about a month, then one day the entire TV went dead. When I powered it on, the green light appeared for 2 seconds followed by a sequence of 6 flashing red lights that repeated. I brought my set in to a repair shop and they replaced the power supply board. That fixed the problem and now the TV powers up and responds to the remote control again. Total charge was $250. That was very disappointing for a $1,500 TV that was only 18 months old. I'm going to let Philips know how disappointed I am in their product!
Sounds like it could be H.O.T which stands for horizontal output transistor or a fuse is possible. Another possibility is the FLYBACK transformer. Is there a local repair facility you could take it too? Keep me posted. Have a good day...Jay