Question about Televison & Video
Good Day, DaiseyLu;
I would recommend an expert to look at your TV's but if you are handy the main fuse may be the problem.
To locate the fuses; follow where the a/c line cord attaches to the PCB (printed circuit board). ALWAYS unplug before attempting any type of service to the TV. The fuses are a small glass type devices, the values will on the fuse itself or on the PCB near the fuse. Inspection of the fuse will tell if it's bad, IF THE FUSE IS BLACKENED BE VERY, VERY CAREFUL.
Good Luck, big IRISH.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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