Question about Orion1934 19" TV
Last week we had a thunderstorm with some intense lightening, I have 2 of these TV's and both were turned off at the time but after the storm neither would work. I have them both connected to Dish network and the dish is working but the TV's won't turn on. Is there a fuse or something that could have been damaged when the power came back on? If so is it something I can fix myself by getting a new fuse RESPONSE You can check for fuse and fusible resistor, also horizontal output maybe shorted WHERE DO I FIND THE FUSIBLE RESISTOR AND HORIZONTAL OUTPUT? Solutionposted on Sep 06, 2007 By troylove11 Rank: Master Rating: 76.25%, 80 votes
If the set was off, your horizontal output transistor is most likely good. Some sets do not have fusible resistors and the ones that do usually never have problems with those resistors. With the set unplugged, carefully remove the back and follow the power cord to where it attaches to the main board. At that spot there should be a small glass fuse, usually sitting in 2 small fuse holders so that the fuse will pop right out. If that fuse is good and the set will not turn on, it means that there is a serious problem deeper in the set. If the fuse is bad, you can try replacing it with a fuse of the same rating. If the set works, great, but if the new fuse goes bad, there is a serious short somewhere in the power supply and the set should be serviced by a qualified tech.
Posted on Sep 07, 2007
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