Question about Samsung PCL541R 54" Rear Projection Television
TV came into my posession with blown fuse.I replaced the fuse and it worked fine for about 20 min.I heard the same fuse pop(jumped the bjeasome out of me).I replaced it again and the tv worked fine all evening.Turn it on the next evening and no picture but has sound.Visually i can see the bottom half of tubes dimly lit but nothing through the lenzes.Any ideas/suggestions? tgoose
Thanks Bill,Your right.it`s beyond my knowledge and i`ll seek an expert to bring it to.When the solution is at hand,I`ll post it. Terry
Posted on Jun 04, 2007
A blown fuse is only a symptom, not the problem. The problem is somewhere else in the unit... From what you're describing here something is keeping your HV down and that could be any number circuits... This type of problem is a challenge even for the best of technicians and not something you're going to resolve with less than several thousand dollars worth of test equipment at hand and one heck of a lot more experience than I've ever seen on this board... No disrespect intended... That said, I would start by testing the regulator circuit. Look for any signs of heat stressed components. Test the HOT for short and check the FBT and splitter. Something in the B+ line is the culprit. But my best advice is take it to a reputable shop and get an estimate before any repairs are done. If you don't understand ask for explanations. If that isn't doing it ask different shop or get a second opinion. Good Luck Bill
Posted on Jun 03, 2007
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