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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi isolate ur power unit out replece ur resisitor & every other burnt items then check the schottky diodes in the secondary side &the electrolytic capacitors if bulgge or leak. if all this are ok , power then use voltmeter to test ur output voltages if ok , unplug your inverter & power
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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You can use of a higher Watts. You can use even a 1W resistor in place of a 1/6 W resistor. But the value in OHMS must be the same.
In this case, the resistor you replaced burned, means that there is some short after the supply point and the resistor. It may be due to a leaky capacitor, or other faulty components, after that resistor. You must find out the fault first, and put the resistor after rectifying that fault. You haven't mentioned about in which stage of your TV you have replaced the resistor. Just do a through check, and proceed. OK.
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
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