Question about Sylvania LC320SS8 32 in. LCD Television
When I plug the tv the fuse blows.
I have replaced this fuse with the same type slow burn fuse and It blows as soon as I plug it into the wall
I blew the fuse (125v 4A) so I replaced it and it blew again. I tried a different outlet to make sure it wasn't the plug strip and it blew again. Anyone have the same problem or know how to narrow down what component is shorted out?
If you have replaced the fuse already then you know how to open the back of the set . The problem is more than likely one of the diodes in the rectifer circuit . They will be the four large black components The bad one will have to be desoldered and a new one soldered in its place . It will take a small amount of technicial ability but can be done easily at home.
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
I would definitely check your home wiring. An AC Electrical Wire Tester runs about $5.00. You just plug it in and three lights will light or not light depending on your wiring.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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