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Main fuse blown on CT-32G11 32" Panasonic TV, Replacement fuses continue to blow.

While the TV was on and operating perfectly, the main fuse blew, shutting down audio and video. Replacement fuses have also blown when depressing the power switch. Three years ago, the same Panasonic CT-32G11U had a problem with turning off then on intermittently. A serviceman re-soldered several points on the circuit board which successfully fixed the original problem. Any suggestions has caused the main fuse to blow? Thanks!

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If the main fuse keeps blowing, check the horizontal output transistor for a shorted condition and diodes in that section as well.

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The main a/c fuse is likely blown -6.3A 250VAC- Replace with a 7A 250VAC.
To replace - remove back cover - once removed follow a/c cord to TV and fuse is on the board close by. google "GMA fuse" images to see what fuse looks like -the one without leads -clip in type.

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Panasonic #ct32hc43g; no power when power button pushed(yes its' plugged in and the plug works fine with other electic items )

There are many causes for this set to have no power, if you get no red light at all a common fault is the 6.3 amp main fuse blowing in this set. It is because the timing unit for the degaussing coil has changed over time and is staying on just a little to long causing the fuse to blow. A technician will put a 7 amp fuse in as a replacement, Do not use a fuse of any higher value or you will have a fire hazard. If the 7 amp fuse blows then you either have another power related issue or the timming unit has gone way out of tolarance and need changed.

If you have no experience inside of a tv, and don't understand the hazards of electrical shock even with the tv unplugged i would not attempt to open the set up and do this yourself.
A service call from a technician could run around $100.00.

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Fuse replaced but blows againwhen remote clicked for CT32SL14

This is a problem with the main poiwer supply. It could be simply a shorted rectifier diode or more complex. Without taking measurements inside the set or at least seeing what the condition is of the board, there is little we can do to help. This unit shoul dbe brought to a service shop with a request for a detailed estimate. Armed with that info, we should be able to guide you through the actual repair. Expect to pay $50 or more for the estimate.


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Our Panasonic CT-27HL15 set is only 4 years old and suddenly decided not to turn on. When you press the power button, it turns on for a second then makes a noise inside and shuts off. Any ideas is it worth...

I have one of those that is the same age and the 6.3 amp fuse was blown out. I replaced it with a 6 amp fuse (i could not find 6.3 nearby) and got a few more weeks use until the fuse blew out again. someone suggested i get a slow blow fuse next time.

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Panasonic ct-32sl13g blowing fuse by power supply

You will need to remove the back of the TV. Don't worry, it's not that bad.

There are 4 screws across the top, one on each side, one right next to where the power cord goes into the back of the case, and the two more by all of the video connections **These are the most important to remove because they attach the main board to the back of the case.

Once you have remove the screws then the entire back of the set will slide off. If you look where the power cord attaches to the board you will see a small fuse. This is a 6.3 Amp 125 volt fuse. You can replace it with a 6.3 Amp 250 volt fuse from your local Radio Shack. A four pack costs between $3 and $5.

Make sure that you check that it works before putting it all back together. Check for any loose connection cables while you're back there. I found a few when I did this.

Good luck!

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all sets must have rated fuse for protection. some units now use what is called a PICO-FUSE.this type of fuse is soldered into the pc board. usually marked with location i.d. F301,F901,F400. etc. these fuses look like resistors or in-line coils. check continuity w/ohm meter. if new fuse blows as soon as you plug in tv, suspect bridge diode ciruit or main filter cap(large ripple filter by main fuse. if new fuse blows when you try to turn on, suspect 130v regulator or high voltage short(horizontal-output, flyback transformer) good luck!

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Follow AC cord in to clip-in glass fuse....replace with SLOW
BLOW 6.3 amp ( T-type) Panasonic factory correction...T.

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a fuse is a small glass tube about 3/4" to 1". it is located near the end of the power cord inside the tv. it is located in the power board supply circuit. there are several reason why fuse blew up. 1. sudden surge current/voltage in your area 2. shorted in either power supply or horizontal deflection circuits. when replacing fuse, be sure to change it with the same value. but if after replacement has been done and the fuse blew again, there is a short in the circuit as stated in reason no. 2. refer to a qualified service technician if you are not inclined with this job. good luck!

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