I am pretty sure its the fuse. or something with power. My tv stopped working as soon as i plugged it in. i had it for a while. NO leaks or anything but it just wont turn on all the sudden. Can someone tell me where the fuse is and where I can get that part?
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Re: My TV doesnt turn on. where is ther fuse?
The fuse should be near where the line cord is attached to the power supply inside the TV. Be careful as there is a possibility of some DC voltage present from filter capacitors still holding a charge, long after the set is unplugged. If a fuse is blown and blackened, a new fuse will probably do the same when the set is plugged back in. Make sure you use the exact same rated fuse. IF the new fuse blows right away, do not repeat the process, it will only cause more damage. Good Luck.
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In that case if ther is no power you better check first the power in the outlet they have.Then check the continuity of AC cord of the TV.If they are good,check the fuse,located inside at the power supply section near the AC supply voltage input.Replace same value of fuse if busted.Then try to turn on again..Try this procedure,hope will it help you..Thanks..
a tv has two components, firstly a power supply produces high voltage to trigger a line transformer, in turn a transformer produces smaller voltages. firstly check if the ht is constantly been produced from a supply, if this is there than go to a line transformer, and check voltages at the output.
Are you sure it does not come on, or no video (black screen)? Plugging in the cable should not affect the TV turning on. The only possible way I can think of that hooking up a cable would shut down the power is if you have a ground fault. The shield of the cable should be earth ground. If your TV had a power leakage, grounding the chasis by attaching the cable might blow a fuse. This seems highly unlikely, however.
Don't feel bad - these are cheap TV's and there are lots of problems
with them. Just be glad it failed so soon that you can take it
right back and get something more name brand this time.
Remember - always google the model number you are looking to buy (with
either "repair" or "complaint" in the search) and you'll be less likely
to buy an TV industry land mine.
The surge most likely shorted the horizontal output transistor, and with that being shorted, it causes the power supply to "sing" from the increased load it is seeing. Unfortunately, it would probably cost near $100 to repair unless you were able to do it yourself.