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If the transistor body is not damaged, you can read the type no. Replace it with identical No. Make sure the diodes and capacitors are not damaged. Check with multi- meter
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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All modern TV's have fuse devices,some glass,some chemical.
However,a blown fuse comes from a short circuit,which I'm sure
you are well aware.Let's talk diagnosis--What is your set doing
or not doing?? Is it dead?==No "on"?? If there is no bad fuse,the
most common solution is a bad capacitor in the power circuitry
number sequence==900's. Ex..C953 value== 1000mf/35v.
Other caps in power supply may be weak.
2) Check Horiz output transistor---shorted? Look for blown B+
fuse + weak or open C523 1mf/160v in horiz drive circuit.Replace
horiz out with high-quality OEM transistor only.I use JVC only
on 32" size & bigger ( you have 36" ).
Let me know by rating this solution...thanks...T.
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