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TV will not turn on.

I turned off the TV at night, next morning it would not come back on. I went and bought a 6.3 amp 250 volt fuse after reading about it here. The fuse is kind of hard to get to. There is a little panel that has one phillips screw holding the cord in place. If you remove that and use a flashlight you can see the fuse to the left of the cord connection in the board. I was very careful trying to get it out because I did not want to drop it. When I was reinstalling the fuse I decided to make the hole larger, there was nothing behind it to hurt. This made the job a lot easier. You can either glue the piece back in or leave it off.

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  • amcolvin Sep 06, 2009

    For your information DIY hater I epoxied the small piece back on that I had removed. You are blowing this thing way out of proportion. I simply replaced the fuse. Taking the back off is not an easy job and why would I to just replace the fuse. If the fuse would have blown I would have taken it in to see if it was worth repairing.

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This is exactly the kind of thing that could get a professional servicer in deep liability trouble if he or she returned it to a customer. If you lose that piece and ever need the set serviced to find out why that fuse blew again, they should not release it to you without an entire cabinet back. The set was made to be serviced by removing the back, not cutting it apart. Curious little hands can find their way into dangerous electricity that should not be available to them. This applies even if there are no toddlers around, what if the set is sold and the buyer has no idea of the danger?

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  • DIY hater Sep 07, 2009

    What troubled me was your statement "You can either glue the piece back in or leave it off."

    Leaving it off is a bad suggestion, that's all.


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