Question about Televison & Video
I replaced the fuse with the exact type and it still blew the fuse. I am needing a schematic to diagnose problem. I have no idea what a deguass coil is and that is the first thing i was told to check. I have a list of 5 things that could be wrong but I can't check the items if i dont know what they are. this is a 2006 model and i have had it for a year and a half. worked great one night, the next morning it was dead.
I have the same TV, with the same problem, mfg'd Oct 2006, replaced fuse, blows again, found a bad diode, by measuring fwd and rev resistance across them. Was originally 1N5406, 3A, 400V, replaced with similiar....now turns on, but no Osc, vert or hor....have a dot on screen...don't leave on or will burn screen....anyone know where the Oscillator circuit is....talked to the local electronics parts house...they have no schematic....its supposed to be a "throw away"....ummmm $300/1.5yrs=$200/yr for a TV....don't think I'll ever by another Walmart electronic item!!!
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
I just fixed one of these and it was a bad diode in the main bridge. I used a 1000 V. 3 amp. (1n5008) It wouldn't be a bad idea to replace the filter cap too as it way have been exposed to AC.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
The solution for that is to check the power supply especially ic regulator i am sure it was shorted. if u need me just e-mail me
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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