Question about Panasonic CT-36G34 36" TV
Any fuses I have dealt with are behinde the back panel. Depends on the tv size as to how many screws. Usually phillips screw driver and a 4 amp fuse will fix you up. Just unplug the tv, remove the screws for the panel itself, pull the panel, the fuse is a glass tube approx 1" long. A wire in the tube should run end to end. If the wire Is broken, fuse problem. Take the fuse with you to purchase a new one. If you don't have one allready, purchase a surge protector. While the panel Is off try cleaning some of the dust Inside. A shop vac with the hose hooked to discharge works for me.
Hope this helps the Immediat fuse problem, but remember, there is still a reason the fuse blew.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
If a fuse is blowing It means there is a short circuit inside the TV set. I suggest to check the Horizontal output transistor first and the diodes or voltage regulator around the power supply.
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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