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Now i blow the outlet fuse insted of the tv fuse

I put a new h\v block iun and now when i plug in the tv it blow out the outlet fuse insted of the tv fuse. I am pluzzed on it now so i need some help now please . Thank's Chris McCoy

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  • Christopher McCoy Oct 29, 2007

    HI  this  Chris 79

     the original symptom  was the red ligth keep blinking  and  a noise like a tiked tiked  i got told it was in standbye mode and herd it was the h\v block  so i got a new ne and put in and got rid of  tick tick noise and stop the blinking red light.And now it just blow the outlet fluse as soon as plung it in and turn the set on and blow the outlet fluse.

     Thank you,

    Chris McCoy

  • Christopher McCoy Nov 01, 2007

              HI this is chris again

     and  that  part order was actaly cal this and that what i put in the set  is flyback transformer . So what wood be the raseen it  wood blow  the outlet fluse insted of blowing the  set  flus it got me  pluzzed   so if you could tell me what it could be the problem   with  this set  then i could see if that what is bad  and check  thank's

    Chris McCoy

  • Christopher McCoy Nov 01, 2007

    This is Chris again

    it is still  is just  blowing outlet fluse  insted of blowing the set  fluse   and that where i  have left off at on this set i just need to  know what could be the  problem.


    Chris McCoy 



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Take me back to the original symptom and how you determined to change the HV block----For now,have you put the original back

and the mfr correct rated fuse(s)?? Have you double-checked

that the transformer lead is in correct flute in HV block??If not,

you likely will blow something!  Let me know....T.

Posted on Oct 22, 2007

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  • Vista Electronics Oct 29, 2007

    Original problem would have been solved by replacing the flyback transformer (IHVT),not the HV block.

    Please let me know if you need more help---if so,give exact

    details of where your repair is at now.........T.

  • Vista Electronics Nov 01, 2007

    Blows fuse when plugged in means short circuit in power supply.

    I think it is best at this point to have another tech or a shop look it over.....T.

  • Vista Electronics Nov 03, 2007

    Look for solder splash in AC power supply area.I think your tv

    problem was self-inflicted! Short must be traced and removed!

    Sorry I can't be there.........T.



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