Question about Sharp Aquos LC-20B4U-S 20 in. LCD EDTV
The power went off in my house for a few minutes. Everything is working fine except for my Sharp Aquos. Checked the power supply cord with a mulitmeter and that seems fine. I wanted to open the back and see if it's a fuse, but since I don't know anything about Televisions, I'm afraid I'll touch something and electrocute myself. Any idea or advice? Can I safely open the back of the Lcd without killing myself?
If you open the TV set and find that the fuse is blown, it is possible that there is a defect in one of the power supplies. It is possible that the fault is the main power supply or a backplane supply.
When replacing the fuse and if it blows again, this means that there is a short. The cause of the short must be serviced to return the set to normal operation.
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
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