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Monitor heater M2400 gave E15 error code then would not power on at all after a power surge. We checked the fuses and 1 out of 2 fuses were blown so we replaced but it still will not power on?

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Hi,

Re your post/description on an LG CB553H-KL fuse blowing, this is indicative of an over current (>5Amps) flowing through the AC mains supply. If you are comfortable doing component level repair and familiar with electronic parts/circuitry, continuity tester and a soldering iron, please do passive (off-board) test of the following components:

D900 - bridge diode;
C908 (150uF/400V) - filter/power capacitor;
Q901 - regulator.

If Q 901 is shorted, pls likewise check ZD901, D910, R902 & 915.

Just to be sure/safe, check also:
C901, 902 & 904;
TH 901 & 902;

Though unlikely, you may want to check also:
Q706 - Horizontal out transistor (attached to the aluminum wall acting as heatsink;
FBT - Flyback transformer.

Other than the component aforementioned, no other parts would cause enough current flow to blow the fuse. But of course, anything can still be wrong

Hope this be of some help. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Posted on Nov 16, 2007

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Ours is 3 years old, no longer under warrenty and we just had the same problem. I bought a package of four fuses for $2.99 at Radio Shack. As the man mentioned earlier, follow the power cord to the fuse...very easy to find. Easy fix and saved a $100 service call. TV is working great.

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You don't have to replace the fuser. You can fix it by taking the fuser apart & repairing the thermostat. This is located under the fuser roller. Take the thermostat apart & bend the metal plate on top just a little, then put everything back together. This works prefectly & will save you money. The heat from the roller makes the metal on the thermostat bend & releases the contact on the inside.

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CHECK FOR VOLTAGE AT HEATER BLOWER MOTOR IF NOT YOU COULD HAVE A FAULTY BLOWER MOTOR RELAY.IF YOU HAVE VOLTAGE AT BLOWER MOTOR THEN BLOWER MOTOR FAULTY.

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I found this solution on elsewhere on fixya. it relates to a little float switch designed to detect water leaks I think. 1. turn off power and water 2. tilt back machine about 45% (have towels ready to soak up any spill off 3. when all the water has emptied, right machine and retry. if the problem keeps reoccurring, you may have a genuine water leak. I had to try a few times but this worked for me and saved me at least 4 days of hand washing over a long weekend. good luck

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The power detector may have been damaged due to years of brownouts and surges.

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If you have a place locally that services Monitors, it may be a good idea to take it in for service.

Sorry I can't be more help.

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