TV Repair Questions? Ask a TV Technician
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-Is the fuse the one next to where the power cord plugs into the board at?
-Are you replacing it with the correct size fuse?
Please give me this information and I will be happy to assist you further.
Hello, Thank you for your reply. It's not the one next to the power cord plug socket, that one is ok. It's the other one close to the 2 x 450V caps.
Yes, I replaced with same fuse. I think they were 1 amp.
(if you can post a picture, please click the icon above where you are typing with the green tree on it. This will allow you to upload a picture)
IF you cannot thats ok I just might have a lot more questions for you...
Let me know.
HI, Just taken this for you, hope its OK.
Ok...perfect picture, can you give me a minute to pull a service manual and look at the schematic?
Let me know!
Of course, thanks again. I will go make a coffee!
Little problem...Can you double check that model number for me? If it is correct, what country is it from?
NUmber correct but is all in upper case on the back of the TV of course, TV made in Slovakia purchased in England
well, that makes it a little more difficult, because I only have access to US schematics...
Can you take a picture of the under of that circuit board so I try to track down that the fuse is feeding?
Sure thing Tim
I appreciate your effort.
do you have and know how to use a meter?
I want you to put you meter on the color code that I have circled on the cap and diode I have circled in the picture and tell me if the what resistance readings you get...
Hi, tested as you advised. The cap initially showed 25MOhm dropped to 5Mohm for second and third test. Diode shows 4.3MOhm
Ok check that one...
That one is a 3 legged component and the 2 you highlight read 14Mohms dropping under test to 10.9Mohm
Looks like you should replace the whole circuit board at this point, that is what I would do if I were in your shoes.
Please let me know if you have more questions.
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