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You have a short circuit in the power supply or HV section of your set. Please post the model number and I should be able to give you some help with the problem.

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If it blows when turned on a short usually on the secondary side of the power supply---its the part or area where the voltages that are developed are distributed to the rest of the set.

One other odd thing can happen---say a 5 amp fuse is blowing, you go out and buy a generic fuse of same value--at like Radio Shack etc.

Many of the fuses used in modern gear will blow instantly if not the original type and made for that unit.

I had one customer who had a 4 amp blow every time he turned it on--generic fuse-----The correct fuse of same amperage did not do that.

Don't keep feeding it fuses as if a short sooner or later parts that are not now bad will get destroyed and make matters much worse.

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TV won't turn on


take the back off the tv and inspect the glass fuse off the ac power cord, it will probably be black and open, this is a common problem, it blows because the degaussing circuit works too slow, the original fuse is an 6.3 amp fuse, you need to replace it with a 6.3 amp slow blow or a 7 or 8 amp fuse to keep it from blowing, if you put an original 6.3 amp fast blow fuse in it, it will work for a while, but will blow again someday.

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My tv keeps blowing a fuse when I turn on set.


DO NOT keep feeding it fuses more damage can accur-check rectifiers in power supply-then check regulator-chech H.O.transistor.if you need more help im gonna need a model number to go furthor

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this is a normal behavior if one of the power supply transistors have blown. take the unit to an enlectronics repair. they can either change the transistors affected (usually more than one) or replace the power supply board.

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A ceramic fuse stands up to heat better than a non-ceramic fuse. I'm no pro, but it sounds like your power inverter board maybe bad. There are replacements out there. Good luck

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Yes! it sounds like a power supply problem! or the flyback in the main board needs replaced ( part is in the $70.00 range

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Replaced fuses & they keep blowing


there could be a shortage in any of the dc line that cause the fuse to blow up again, either overloading or chortage will cause this, try to see for any sign of other componenet failure, wires that has been bended and cripped, transistor that has been twisted or alike

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Blown fuse


Most likely there was a power event (surge, brownout, ect) that caused the power supply to fail in the TV causing the fuse to blow. you will need to have someone come and look at the unit and give you an estimate. If you keep putting fuses in and blowing them you could actually be causing more damage.

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Main fuse blown on CT-32G11 32" Panasonic TV, Replacement fuses continue to blow.


If the main fuse keeps blowing, check the horizontal output transistor for a shorted condition and diodes in that section as well.

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The tv keeps blowing fuses


Hi your problem is that a component(s) inside your TV has probably short circuited to Earth, this then causes a massive current to flow and this blows the fuse. Due to the types of Component failure from this, this TV should go to a reputable repair shop. Get a firm "Quote" and an explanation of what needs to be done.

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