Question about Panasonic CT-36G34 36" TV
THE TV KEEPS BLOWING FUSES
As a home renter minor details are over looked. Only after having a problem with an outside breaker did I notice the main breaker was only a 60 amp. 100 amp is bylaw. I too was blowing fuses often. Gladly after the breaker was changed I have yet to blow a fuse for 3 months now. I'm no tech and can't explain why, but this fixed my problem. Hope it helps you and any others.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
Means you have a part that is dead shorted after the line fuse, usually a bridge diode, regulator IC or possibly the Horizontal output transistor. Not really something a non tech will be able to find, a volt Ohm meter is required as well as soldering equipment.
Posted on Nov 27, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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