Question about Sanyo DP50747 50 in. Plasma TV
The fuse might have blown. Could be various reasons. Unplug the TV. Place the TV down on it screen (on a SOFT FLAT, UN OBTRUSIVE surface). Remove the back panel screws and the panel. There will be a fuse, it is likely blown. Replace it with a fuse of the EXACT SAME amperage (it will be stamped on the fuse [example 5A is a 5 amp fuse]). Replace the back panel and carefully tighten all the screws. Replace your TV on it's stand. Plug it in, and turn it on with the remote. If it works, great. If the fuse blows again, you have a more serious problem. Do not attempt to fix it yourself, it could create a fire hazard. Seek a repair shop.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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