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Please Help! I just moved in this house and i immediately plugged my tv, as soon as i plugged it, it popped. It does not respond. I tried plugging it in other sockets but it does nothing, i later found out that the socket i plugged it into was a 220 outlet. Is it a fuse or a bulb, did i fry the mother boards? How do i fix it, where do i start? Please help me, i love my tv i do not want to spend money on a new one, thanx!

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You will probably expend about 150 to 200 dollars in parts for this set, as the input devices were rather overwhelmed with that higher than normal voltage. As is the case with Murphy's law, the fuse might still actually be Okay..accordianman

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The fuse pops when I plug in the set. Otherwise there is no power.


Does the fuse pop even when you have the TV off? If so, it's most likely it's a short in the power cord. Examine the cord closely, and see if there are any breaks in it. If you have a voltmeter, see if you're getting much resistance if you put one tip on each prong of the plug (while it's unplugged, of course). You should have infinite resistance, while the TV's off.

It could be something within the TV's power supply, but I think a damaged cord is more likely (and it's MUCH easier to fix, just cut the cord and splice a new one on). If you're sure it's not the cord, check it again... and if you're still sure, let me know and we can delve into the difficult things that are less likely, but possible, to be the cause.

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