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Dan, Master Tech and Repair Facility Trainer
Category: TV
Satisfied Customers: 7180
Experience:  USAF trained; A.A.S Electronics; A.A.S. Education; Currently teaching advanced troubleshooting and repair for the DoD.
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Sanyo DP32648 I woke yesterday to no power to my Sanyo tv and

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Sanyo DP32648 I woke yesterday to no power to my Sanyo tv and my Magnavox Blueray player.
Both were connected to Surge protectors but to no avail.
I have found the fuse on the blueray player but have no clue where or what to search for on my tv.
Any help would be appreciated.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: TV
Expert:  Dan replied 6 years ago.
Thanks for the question. My name is Dan.

Are you seeing any signs of life at all? Sights or sounds? Front panel LEDs? Fans spinning? Or totally dead?

Kindest regards,
Dan T.
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
The light that shows it is on stays on for about 3 seconds then goes off.
There is no other sounds coming from the tv.
Eventually the light even quits coming on when the power button is pushed.
Expert:  Dan replied 6 years ago.
If that LED is on (even briefly), the fuse is fine. We'll need to make some voltage measurements inside to narrow down the malfunction, do you have a voltmeter and the ability to use it?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
yes I do have a meter just need to know if I am measuring ac or dc.
Expert:  Dan replied 6 years ago.
We're looking for 5VDC on pin 4 (or 5) of connector K8B, which is on the main board... coming from the power supply. Use any exposed metal on the chassis for ground. If that's not there, replace the power supply board. If you have the 5V, replace the main board.

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Kindest regards,
Dan T.