Question about RCA P60920BL 60" Rear Projection Television
Well, I'm not sure how to check the fuses. And I don't really hear anything back there when someone tries to turn it on.
What are the chances it is a blown fuse, and how much generally do those cost to have replaced? I've had the color tubes fixed/replaced in this before, and I feel comfortable going back to the same people, but it costs good money to have them come look at it and I wanna get a general idea before I call them.
Can't thank you enough for taking the time to respond to me.
You can check the fuses with an ohms meter if the needle moves the fuses are good, if not the fuses are bad.
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
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