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Won't work on ac

Tv set works ok when plugged in to 12v dc source.....won't work on ac....

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1. Make sure the AC power source is ok.
2. Make sure the AC power cord is good with no damage.
3. Look to see if there is a reset button on the rear of the set. If not, then look for a blown AC fuse inside the set.

Since the set works fine on +12VDC, the majority of the TV set is ok. You have a problem in the AC power supply. It could be a blown fuse, bad rectifier / regulator, bad step-down transformer.

The TV typically runs from +12VDC. The AC supply steps-down the 120VAC and rectifies it into +12VDC to power the TV. At some point in the TV, there is junction point where the +12VDC from the sets internal AC supply meets the external +12VDC power source. Usually they are electrically isolated from each other with a switch or with diodes.

Please let me know if I can be of further assistance to you.

Good luck!

- Jim

Posted on Mar 04, 2008

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