Question about Televison & Video
Our TV set had the same fuse blowing on us twice in less than 10 months. When it happens, the TV can no longer be turned on. You can hear a click when you press the power on button but not in subsequent attempts (unless you temporarily unplug the TV for a few seconds). We are being told by an independant repair shop that this may be due to a capacity issue: the electrical circuit that converts the signals to a digital format would not be strong enough to withstand the flow. If it's the case, can this be repaired by other means that replacing the fuse on and on ? Have you ever heard of such an issue affecting these Panasonic HDTV models ? Should this be considered a manufacturing defect ? Thank you.
Change fuse from F6.3 amp to T6.3 amp (Slo-Blo). The problem is the surge of current at turn on.
Change fuse from F6.3 amp to T6.3 amp (Slo-Blo).
The problem is the surge of current at turn on.
Posted on Oct 10, 2007
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