Question about Televison & Video
A fuse does not trip to annoy you. It trips because the circuitry is taking to much current. This can be just a little to much, taking it to trip after a few minutes or hours, or lots to much, tripping as soon as you switch on. Can be caused by a defective semiconductor, or a capacitor with a shortage. If you can't see anything wrong on the board, like a capacitor, wilt a rounded head, or a burned out semiconductor or even a resistor, you have to find out by measuring what could be wrong. Without the skills, don't even go there. It could be dangerous because of the high voltages in the TV.
Posted on Nov 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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