Question about Televison & Video
It should be marked on the end of the fuse in very small letters and on the top of the circuit board--also on top of the board will be a location number for it---Give me the exact model number and the location number and I will try to locate the value and part number.
You understand the liquid is Glycol and very toxic?
It will damage and short any parts it gets on and only water will remove it. If you get it off wear rubber gloves and do not get any on your hands etc--If replacing the fuse lets the set work--
You have 2 choices---remove, drain and reseal the leaking tube or cut a piece of cardboard and insert it above the boards but under the tubes to stop any liquid from getting on the boards.
If enough glycol leaks out the picture tube will go bad--it is in a sealed area and keeps the face of each tube cool.
REMEMBER THIS LIQUID IS TOXIC! IT IS LIKE ANTIFREEZE BUT MORE CONCENTRATED.
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Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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Since you've already replaced the power cord and still the led light won't came on, this is an indication that the power supply board of your unit is dead. If it is not under warranty period(if so, avail it because the manufacturer will fix it for free) open the back cover and check the continuity of the fuse using the multimeter, if you found it open replaced it with the same current(ampere) ratings and then try to turn on the TV. If the replacement fuse blew again, this is an indication of more serious problem on that board. If the replacement fuse didn't resolve the issue, other parts on that board gone to malfunction as well. If this is the case, I would advice you to replaced the entire board for your convenient. The cost will almost the same rather than troubleshoot it. Check the actual part no of your board and check this LINK.
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