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The tv will not come on at all. I have the back off...it appears the power fuse are ok?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Emerson LC320EM2 is not a Smart TV. To display Netflix content, you can connect the TV to your computer via the VGA port on the TV. Then use the TV as your monitor; this may not work with HDCP content. To do this, turn off both the TV and the computer before connecting the devices. Then turn on the TV and set it to the VGA input (PC) before turning on the computer. (Note: you may have to enable the port in the BIOS on some laptops.) If your computer doesn't have a VGA port, try a DVI to VGA adapter. (This may not work with some video cards that only have digital signal output. Look at the port and make sure that the cable/adapter doesn't have more pins than the port.)
Alternatively, get a set top box with Netflix support. (Some Blu-ray players, the Roku box, Apple TV, or the WD Live Hub all have internet connection options and support Netflix. All will support a wired ethernet connection; some models will require a dongle to connect to a wifi network.)
Once you have the set top box, connect the TV to the box via a HDMI cable (purchased separately for most units). Connect to your internet connection and then log into Netflix, These steps will depend on the unit; please add a comment with your source of the Netflix content.
I hope this helps.
(I have an LG Smart TV; it is slow to find the wireless network when started. So expect some wait time before you can sign into Netflix.)
Posted on Aug 24, 2012
If it blows when turned on a short usually on the secondary side of the power supply---its the part or area where the voltages that are developed are distributed to the rest of the set.
One other odd thing can happen---say a 5 amp fuse is blowing, you go out and buy a generic fuse of same value--at like Radio Shack etc.
Many of the fuses used in modern gear will blow instantly if not the original type and made for that unit.
I had one customer who had a 4 amp blow every time he turned it on--generic fuse-----The correct fuse of same amperage did not do that.
Don't keep feeding it fuses as if a short sooner or later parts that are not now bad will get destroyed and make matters much worse.
Posted on Dec 08, 2012
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