Question about Vizio VL370M LCD TV
Seems like a filter capacitor has arced and blown a fuse or a couple of fuses. Open the back cover and check the main fuses. If you replace with new fuses and the TV keeps blowing the fuses then replace the bridge rectifier and main filter capacitor. A local repair shop could take care of this very quickly for you. Its not an expensive repair...
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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