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Blown fuse 1.25amp Board pos. 1452

Set would not power up found blown fuse 1.25amp pos.1452.I replaced the fuse set still will not power up, but the fuse does not blow again. I do not have the service manual, any ideas what else may be in line with that fuse that could have blown.

Posted by Bill Harold on

  • Bill Harold Jan 28, 2007

    A board mount fuse, not a main fuse - idiot.

  • Bill Harold Mar 13, 2007

    I was the one who said you pasted the test.I don't think it got posted properly.

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Check the bridge rectifiers -you need a shematic diagram in order to troubleshoot the problem

Posted on Mar 11, 2008

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You pasted the test. The coil is a horz. driver it is replaced with a kit from philips the part # 483531057673. You can buy this kit from MCM for about 12.00 bucks. you need the right tools you have to replace a surface mount transitor that comes in the kit.

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The 1,25 Quick Blow Fuse, is in series with a mains harmonic coil (looks like a small transformer on a separate board next to the main board, but with only two wires, running to the main power supply board, connector is next to this fuse). It just blew in our Philips 32PW8608... This should not be replaced with a 4 Amp Time Delay (Slow Blow) Fuse! The 4 A TD Fuse is only for the input fuse (next to the connector from the Front Panel Power Switch).

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The main fuse should be a 4 amp fuse not a 1.25 amp.

Posted on Jan 27, 2007

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