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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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  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2008

    keeps turning off and then back on but not all the time,



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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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