I was moving and believe I pulled the power cord from the back of the tv I took off the panel and it was clear that the power cord was disattached from the circut board, how do i replace this or where do i re attach it too
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If ur referring to the 125volt,6.3 amp fuse it is At the rear of tv, where the power cord comes out of tv. U will need to remove the bottom back panel held by +-10 screws(much easier than it sounds) u will see fuse next to where power cord attaches to circuit board. Let me know if that helps or u need pix. Siralosha3@gmail.com
Try to wiggle the input cord also the jack. If the picture come out clear then you might have a loose connection. To confirm you can swap a new cord and then hook up again. If the symptom is still there then you have a loose connection on the back of your unit (jack).
Hope it may help you.
I had this problem and I took off the back panel. I followed the power cord to its place of origin in the back of the TV. Right next to its hook up point there was a little glass fuse in a metal clip. I pulled it out, dusted it off, made sure it was not blown, popped it back in and bang the TV came on. I have to do this about every 6-9 mos when the dust builds up on it...
If The Unit Is Under Warranty There Is A Good Chance You Will Void The Warranty. But If The Unit Isn't Under Warranty I'd Go Ahead And Pull The Real Of The Tv And Repair The Power Cord Just Make Sure Everything Is As It Should Be Before You Put The Tv Back Together And Make Sure There Are No Exposed Wires Anywhere. Sincerely, Michael Scott
It will be on small board infront of ssb board in chassis on right side you have 3 boards on bottom first board is power next to it is SSb and right behind that board is AC board that plugs in ac cord.
I'm no expert, but I'd start by taking a "VERY GOOD LOOK" w/magnifing glass if possible , @ UR Wall Outlet Power Cord. Change to different wall outlet. Ur Power Cord "should" just pull right out of the back of your TV. If nothing in those places, then take off back panel (or part where power cord plugs into TV & AGAIN inspect area around where power cord attached for, yeah, that's right, the dreaded black area around plug-in area. Maybe it's just a bent prong. Any other funny things going on that U didn't mention here? Good Luck Leonard aka firstname.lastname@example.org
Usually,the AC fuse is located by following the AC cord into the tv and the culprit will be close to where the cord attaches.Note:if the
replacement fuse blows,then additional parts need to be changed.
Pull off the back pressboard. At the bottom left hand corner is the power cord that attaches to the power supply board. There is a white plug that attaches directly to the power cord. With the TV power off, pull this white plug up to disconnect. Then push it back in. Then plug your TV back in and press the power button on the front of the TV. I just did this and it is working fine.