Question about Scott LCT37SHA TV
Please provide ratings and value..
5A for primary and 3.75A for secondary; we've used 4A there as well and frankly even 5A as well won't make much difference.
Be advised that when those fuses are blown you have a bunch of other things to replace on the board as well and unless you do them all there is always risk of a repeat failure. I am reminded about it once or twice every month :-)
Unelss you are a seasoned professional my advice is that you do not try to replace a power failure that resulted in both fuses being burned and let others do it for you:
Posted on Jan 30, 2014
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