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Zenith big screen projection tv, wont turn on.

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  • jkuro1 Feb 25, 2008

    it worked this morning and then all of the sudden turned itself off and then wont turn back on

  • jkuro1 Feb 27, 2008

    The model number is pv466ovk And its pretty old, i think its 1996

  • jkuro1 Mar 02, 2008

    we put a new fuse in it and plugged it in and the fuse keeps on blowing..... is there any info on that???? Thanks

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When was the last time it DID turn on?
Are there any little lights on the set that blink when you plug it in?

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    Scott Frye Feb 25, 2008

    Can you tell me what the model number is and about how old it is?
    Thanks

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    Scott Frye Feb 28, 2008

    Unplug it from the AC. Let is sit about 20 minutes. Try to power it up again.
    If that doesnt work, unplug it from the AC . Let it set 20 minutes. carefully take the back off and , where the AC cable comes into the unit, see if there is a fuse nearby. MOst likely 3/4 inch long glass or ceramic with shiny metal ends. If it's glass you can tell if the wire element inside is good or POOFED. If its ceramic , you'll need a continuity tester to see if it's still good or not. If a fuse died that may be your only problem.

    AND check for lots of dust collected inside the set.
    Vacuum out with a plastic tube end attachment

  • Scott Frye
    Scott Frye Mar 03, 2008

    Without seeing the set , I'd say the high-voltage section that runs the proj. tubes has given up the ghost.

    Check with the zenith consumer site on who in your area knows about those. Then ask the tech how much to fix the high-voltage supply.

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