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Re: No picture, no aundio
Most tv/vcr combo has only one power supply source which is located in the vcr unit. u have a power supply circuit problem. try to check the rectifier, filter capacitor and the regulator ic/transistor. good luck!
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Hey If you have tried Using remote and side pannels Have you tried another TV to see if its the Cable? Also The clicking sound is normal its the TV's Power-source starting. The fan light I am not sure of but if it happens every-time it should be normal. If the screen gets warm Instantly (Hotish) Then you TV is dead D:
There are several more fuses in the TV, but they are not like the main power fuse. Most of of the time there black with and lead coming out of each end about the size of a resistor. I think there are 9 of them, you will need an ohm meter to check them and a soldering iron to replace them. Good luck Eric.
If its Dead Dead ,that mean no power is getting past the fuse :> then it needs a fuse
.30 vs 300.00-400.00
Ok there is a way of telling if its posibley
just a fuse . First no blinking lights ,good
no clicking sound from the set when you
try to turn it on .good
now unplug the set for about 30min
the plug it back in slowley if you
see and or hear sparks coming from
the plug , this is normal but bad news
for it being just a fuse , if you dont
see or hear a spark its likley just a
5-8 amp fuse blew inside the set. :>
The fuse is blowning because most likely when you plugged it it, it took a power surge. And the power surge blow a proection diode. As long as you opened it up... in the power section you will see a bunch of diodes. Get a multi meter and check these diodes out. Besides the diodes... you will see a transformer.... if you are looking at the unit with the fuse to the left... then look to the right of the transformer... you will see a transistor on a metal heat sink... that could have blown also.. if that did... then you should also check the diodes just on the other side of the heatsink too.
The first thing to check is the power supply to the monitor. Mine went a while ago, black screen nothing happening, turns out it was just the power supply. A quick search on your favourite browser will probably turn up a supplier, I found one that just makes monitor power supplies, so it must be a common problem!
If you have a meter test the power coming into the monitor, or if you're unsure put it to your ear when its plugged in, you should hear a faint buzz which means its working. Also check for any breaks in the cable and/or if there is a fuse in the plug which might have blown**
**If a fuse has blown, it might point to another problem, but at least it's a starting point