Question about Televison & Video
No power.. Could it be a fuse? Where is the fuse box?
Bamones, it`s possible but not likely, remove AC cord from wall outlet, remove back from set and follow the AC cord where it goes into the set, fuse is right beside where the AC cord attatches to the board, if the glass is black you have a dead short in the power supply, if it`s open but not black then try replacing the fuse, amperage is marked on the silver metal end of the fuse, look for a number followed by the letter "A". Example;
5A 125V would be a five amp fuse rated at 125 volts, DO NOT replace with any other value, good luck, BMW Rider
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
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