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Keeps Blowing The 5 Amp Fuses

The TV was working fine then just blanked out, the 5 amp fuse was blown. I replaced it twice but the minute it gets plugged back in it blows the fuse instantly

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There is a short in either or both the main power supply or one of the scan amplifier sections and or the high voltage section.

You will not bel able to service this yourself. This type of repair can be fairly involved and complicated to troubleshoot.

An expericed TV tech should be able to service this for you.

Jerry G.

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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