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Check circuit breaker in main fuse box , If they are all ok check the fuse in the wall plug. If taht is also ok you may have to check for internal fuses in the rear of the tv. It may be a power control/regulator card issue .... see below if you are brave enough to attempt a repair on this. The link leads to a video of a guy performing a resolder / reflowing of solder on a control card. He can do this because he is confident there are no damaaged capacitors, just dry/ dad soldered jounts.
Front power distribution box is located in the left-hand rear corner of the engine compartment. Fuse # 1 instrument cluster check control. Check fuses #4 ,5 &20. There is also a panel under the rear seat . Good luck.
it depends where you take the car for repairs.but this might be an easy fix..go to autozone or walmart(cheaper) and buy a test light and check your fuses one by one the light will turn on when you find the one still pulling current..check fuse panel to see what that fuse goes to and rewire or replace....hope this helps?
I'm a Honda guy but try looking around under the seat or under the side panels for a main fuse. If the main fuse is fried (usually around a 30 amp fuse) nothing will happen with the bike unless the fuse is replaced.
Well last night I went under the hood, opened the fuse panel and removed the "Memory"/Audio fuse, in my car it was yellow and only pulled up, not out, it was a "20". I left it out for a few min, pushed the fuse back in and everything is fine now, just have to reset my clock.
I bought a control board for $127.00 figuring that was the problem but it wasn't. I called an appliance guy who came out and said its the touchpad that needs to be replaced. I ordered the touchpad ($325) since I already have to much invested in this dishwasher. I paid $1200 for it 8 years ago and its really a great dishwasher. My appliance confirmed that if it was the fuse-ling that you would not have any lights on.