A lightning shot down my tv, I oppened it up and found a burned fuse 125 v 6.3 amps. Couldn't find an exact match but tried with 125v 6 and 7 amps, but it keeps burning it. Can someone please find a solution for me?
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try check : 1.your socket for connection (wall power socket) propbably some palstic burn/ disconnected parts 2. check your device power cable.. (might be broken) 3. check th fuse in the device...(fuse might burn) Lastly.. your m/board (power circuit might burn)
If it is black or discolered, yes, it is probably shot. I had the same thing happen to my Sony woofer.I found a replacement ironicaly, at a True Value store. We equated it to a power surge. Cost me about $5.00. It is now good as new.
your dvds samps switch mode power supply has some complaint. remove the power and oppen its cover and check the fuse inside.if it found blued, maybe the smps driver mosfet or the MOV aftre fuse may be damaged. MOV is a componentwhich blues the fuse if there is an over voltage surge over the specified limit. if found faulty replace it. ok
Check the TV internal fuse. If fuse is OK check the SMPS. Lightning damage could harm any part and step by step only it can be found.
If you have insurance for your TV and other appliances, you can claim.
Better contact the authorised service provider for assitance.
Well, by now I'm sure that you know to clear the code, you press the "Display" button a few times.
As for getting the Toshiba to actually burn a DVD, I'm not certain that I can help you there, as I've run into problems burning stuff. Unfortunately, it doesn't burn all the time, even if you use the same routine as the last successful burn.
I have the same toshiba burner. You should manually assign a right sector number to a so-called break point between layers of a DVD9, in order to start burning, or to burn successfully with this Toshiba. This requires profound knowledge, and special progs to use. "Imgburn" (freeware) is one of a few.