Question about Televison & Video
I assume you do not have any red light showing on the front of the TV to indicate it is receiving power? Again assuming the your mains electric supply is functioning & the fuse in the TV plug is ok, if there are no signs of life & then most likely a fuse in the power supply may have blown. If you have a multimeter you could remove the rear of the TV & check the fuses in the power supply, if these are ok then you will need to check any supply voltages coming from the power board. If one of the fuses are open circuit, check some of the doides or transistors for any short circuits. If you are not comfortable doing this, then it would be advisible to contact a repair service centre.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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