Question about Toshiba 34HF83 34" TV
I have a Toshiba 34HF83. It is about 3-4 years old and all of a sudden it stopped working. It does not turn on at all. Are there any parts that need to be routinely replaced every 3-4 years in this type of TV...i.e., the picture tube? Does anyone know how to order a replacement if that is so?
I don't think the picture tube (CRT) failed.
If you have no sign of life at all such as a lit LED or similar, the unit either has a blown fuse (could be inside) or the power supply has failed or at least is starting up as it should.
But before getting carried away, plug a lamp or other device into the same outlet to be certain that the set is getting AC.
Then, check your user guide to see if they specify or list any fuse in the specification section.
If you find mention of it and replace it only to see it fail again, then there was a reason for the failure of the first fuse too, meaning it will need service.
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