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Swarup Hosakere Posted on Aug 28, 2006

TV failure Re ; Panasonic CT36SX31E TV Tv was turned off and there was a electric power failure at the same time,fuse had blown off after replacing the fuse picture came and faded slowly away now when switched On power light RED comes on and there is light at the back of CRT and it goes away and power light goes OFF. Please let me know what I should check in video signal path? or is it T551 Flybackor is it L board CRT socket or T1551? Please let me know where can get service done and its costs including spares? I live in Hackettstown NJ07840 Regards

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I would say it is in the power supply circuit. check the 145 v line I do not suspect the problem in the video section.The 145 volts feed to the flyback.

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