Question about Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-32FS120 32" TV
There are fuses in most TV's... and in some cases, it's nothing but the fuse. BUT, the fuses are there to protect the circuits... so unless you know that there is nothing wrong with the TV, you shouldn't simply replace the fuse and plug it back in. However, if the TV is an older TV and it's either fix it by replacing the fuse or get rid of the TV... then I'd certainly take out the screws and check the fuses in the TV. But many times the fuse blows to protect it when something else fails... so if you find a blown fuse, look around for other signs.
WORKING ON ELECTRONICS should be done by professionals!! Proceed at your own risk!
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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