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Tv wont turn on keeps blowing fuze when powering up

I inspected the board and found a fuze out but when i replaced it. and powered up. it blew. any ideas

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Apply ohms law HE HE. TRY THESE V= IR I= E/R just try. i think you have to analys system resistance on that particular circuit. since the fuse blew he he that is short circuit. when current starts to flow and that when the fuse cannot bear so...thats it..bye

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  • joncsar Jan 16, 2009

    or if you can, you can replace the Power IC if ever my previous suggestions wont work. ok

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Hi

The voltage tapping is set too low for the voltage you got at home. Make sure that you check.

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