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Blown fuse hello ,I have a problem with my samsung tv, the fuse got blown due to plugging the 110 voltage tv into a 100 watt transformer to upgrade to 220 volts as i am in a 220 volt country. the transformer was too weak for the tv as there was also a stereo set plugged on the same transformer. The transformer started smoking and the fuse got blown, however, I changed the fuse ,but i do not know for sure what size fuse i am supposed to put as the original fuse got burnt to dust. Now the tv powers on for about 2 or 3 seconds and automatically shuts itself off within the two seconds of being on. can anyone tell me what the problem is? Thank you kindly for you help.

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  • ssissina May 09, 2008

    Hi Aj,

    thanks for your help, it is a lasonic transformer, 50hz-60hz. the stereo set, fuse is blown too, but I have not attempted to repair or change its fuse. The tv however, I have bought a new fuse, a 5 ohm, but it only powers on for a couple of seconds. What do you suggest I should do about the tv?



    thanks.

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Usually these step up transformers are design for one appliance at a time , let me know the brand and model number of transformer so I can get the specs info , does the stereo also shuts down?? let me know AJ

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