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I have a Toshiba CE32C10 tube tv. I moved it into another room and it wouldn't turn on. I pulled the back off and found a fuse blown. I replaced the fuse and now it just makes a loud ringing noise. What could be wrong with it?

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  • thisguy6425 Oct 04, 2010

    It has no screen or power light

  • thisguy6425 Oct 04, 2010

    it has no screen or power light

  • thisguy6425 Oct 04, 2010

    it has no picture or power light

  • thisguy6425 Oct 04, 2010

    it has no picture or power light

  • thisguy6425 Oct 04, 2010

    Sorry I thought my comments weren't being sent. The noise definitely isn't coming from the speakers. Before I replaced the fuse all i heard was a relay click once. When I replaced the fuse it clicks once and begins to ring, almost like its powering up.

  • thisguy6425 Oct 04, 2010

    The noise definitely isn't coming from the tube. When I push the power button to turn it off the ringing noise fades away i.e like a capacitor.

  • thisguy6425 Oct 04, 2010

    Well I'm technically competent. I'm willing to take it apart and test the board with a multimeter. Is there anyway to test the tube for sure?

  • thisguy6425 Oct 04, 2010

    If it were the tube could i replace it myself?

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Yikes that's not good, so it powers on now, but just has a ringing noise? Does the screen come on at least?

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    Tim Grayson Oct 04, 2010

    Ok ok, one comment is enough. That is very strange. Does it sound like a particular part is making the noise or is it coming from an internal speaker / the tv speakers? It sounds like it could be the power supply itself going bad.... Can you locate the power supply and see if it's making the noise?

    Tim

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    Tim Grayson Oct 04, 2010

    Man oh man, it sounds like the tube itself could have been damaged, the power supply could sound like that, even an individual bulb could produce a whine. I guess your best bet is to listen around inside the TV and try to locate what is causing it, too many possibilities to pin point it down over an internet "chat" of sorts... Someone is going to need to look at this in person if you want it fixed up.

    Thanks
    Tim

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    Tim Grayson Oct 04, 2010

    Ah ok then yes it is probably a capacitor somewhere, or could still be the power supply... But that is going to be very difficult to find the capacitor that is causing the problem :(

    Tim

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    Tim Grayson Oct 04, 2010

    Unfortunately not without replacing it... I would bet anything it's not the tube though... very very unlikely.

    Tim

  • Tim Grayson
    Tim Grayson Oct 05, 2010

    The tube is definitely one of the more difficult things to replace in this TV, and is usually a two man job to get the alignment right, so I would not recommend you try dong it yourself.



    Thanks

    Tim

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