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Check to fuse box to see if the fuse is working properly. Next, see if the TV "pops" the power supply when pluged into a different outlet in a different power supply area. If the TV works without poping the fuse, the fuse with the original outlet needs replacing. If both outlets "pop", either the electrical system needs checking. Or if this is a new problem that started when you first tried the TV, the TV could be wanting more power than the electrical system will allow. Check the power requiremnets in the TV manual.

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Samsung ft-p5084 plaza tv went blank. No power at all.


If that fuse is blown chances are its because the Power supply has developed a short. The power supply will need replacement. You can easially install a power supply yourself just a few screws and couple of wire sockets and the old board pops right out. You can get the power boards from www.tvcircuitboards.com

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The fuse pops when I plug in the set. Otherwise there is no power.


Does the fuse pop even when you have the TV off? If so, it's most likely it's a short in the power cord. Examine the cord closely, and see if there are any breaks in it. If you have a voltmeter, see if you're getting much resistance if you put one tip on each prong of the plug (while it's unplugged, of course). You should have infinite resistance, while the TV's off.

It could be something within the TV's power supply, but I think a damaged cord is more likely (and it's MUCH easier to fix, just cut the cord and splice a new one on). If you're sure it's not the cord, check it again... and if you're still sure, let me know and we can delve into the difficult things that are less likely, but possible, to be the cause.

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Needs a new fuse. Where do I put it?


Fuse is on the power supply board ( where the power cord attaches) some fuses just pop up and the new one pops back in. Be sure the TV is unplugged from the wall before replacing a fuse. Other fuses are soldered in but thats getting rare most just pop out of their holder which is soldered to the board. I am attaching a picture of your power supply the orange arrow is pointing to the fuse which is white.
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this mean a dead short in power supply, i would guess bad rectifier or diodes, zener. start near the plug in where power goes in.

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I have a LG 37lc2d and it suddenly turn off and wont come back on, the stand by lights doesnt turn on either. i was wondering if its just the power supply? or how can i troubleshoot this my self to see...


There is a fuse on the power supply close to where the A/C is connected to the board. If the fuse is blown, look at the board and see if there are any burned components and or swollen capacitors. If there are bad components, I would suggest getting a new board.
If the board looks OK, disconnect the connectors from the board but leave in the A/C connector (this way you can isolate the power supply board), replace the fuse, and power up the TV.
If the fuse pops after the power is applied to the unit, then the power supply is bad.
If the fuse is still good, then power off the TV, connect on the main board’s connections, and power up the TV.
If the fuse is still good, then power off the TV, connect the inverters, and power up the TV.
If the fuse blows now, then the inverters and or the panel are bad.
A working power supply will create 5vdc for the main board’s stand by source voltage. This can be found on the power supply at the main board’s connector and it is labeled in black text.
I hope this information helps you.
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If it is the main fuse that is being smoked, there are a number of possibilities:

1) Since this is a CRT based set, the most common failure os of the horizontal output transistor. This goes shorted which causes too much current draw on the power supply and it pops hte fuse.

2) The switch mode power supply transistor has shorted.

3) Failure of the primary side capacitor.

Without seeing the set and taking some internal measurements, I can not state for sure the exact problem with your set. Since there are potentially dangerous high voltages present inside even when unplugged, I would suggest that you get a detailed repair estimate from a local service shop and post the results here. We may be able to walk you through the actual repair.

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The odds are the circuit board that your putting the fuse in is shorted out. I'm guessing that it's a power supply board.

Disconnect every set of wires going to the board. Put the new fuse in. Plug in the power supply board. If the fuse pops, then the power supply board is the problem and has a short somewhere. Most replacement board can be found at a good price at Shopjimmy.com or Ebay.com. Just make sure the part number on the board matches up.

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Fuse constantly pops when turning on power


Check power supply transisters possible shorted
and check transister next to ht runs picture may be shorted also check diodes 4off runs ac to dc
changover , this possible causes the fuse to blow , allways be carefull when pluging any
electrical item in
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Pop fuse when pluged in


yes it may very well be the horizontal output transistor or the voltage regulator ic or a shorted rectifier diode on the power supply or the b+ capacitor on the powersupply good luck

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