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Version actuelle par : mayer (détails du vote) ,

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Power Surge damages on tv

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We recently had some storms in our area, and a neighbor didn't have a surge protector on his tv.  I replaced the power supply board on it because the 24v wasn't reading.  What is likely to get fried on a tv during a surge?

Thanks,

Micah

I'm really starting to rely on iFixit, thanks guys!

It is a westinghouse VK-40F580D.  These is a whooping ONE fuse that is soldered in place, and it checks out fine.  The 24v rail is not working, I replaced the power board, but that didn't fix it so I am not going to spend more money.  But I would like to know what could go wrong.  No leaky caps or busted diodes.  Any other ideas for future reference? Besides getting a surge protector :P

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Modifié par : Sam Goldheart ,

Titre:

Power Surge damages on tv

Texte:

We recently had some storms in our area, and a neighbor didn't have a surge protector on his tv.  I replaced the power supply board on it because the 24v wasn't reading.  What is likely to get fried on a tv during a surge?

Thanks,

Micah

I'm really starting to rely on iFixit, thanks guys!

It is a westinghouse VK-40F580D.  These is a whooping ONE fuse that is soldered in place, and it checks out fine.  The 24v rail is not working, I replaced the power board, but that didn't fix it so I am not going to spend more money.  But I would like to know what could go wrong.  No leaky caps or busted diodes.  Any other ideas for future reference? Besides getting a surge protector :P

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Westinghouse TVTelevision
Westinghouse TVTelevision

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Modifié par : micahchetrit ,

Titre:

Power Surge damages on tv

Texte:

We recently had some storms in our area, and a neighbor didn't have a surge protector on his tv. I replaced the power supply board on it because the 24v wasn't reading. What is likely to get fried on a tv during a surge?
 
Thanks,
 
Micah
 
I'm really starting to rely on iFixit, thanks guys!
 
It is a westinghouse VK-40F580D. These is a whooping ONE fuse that is soldered in place, and it checks out fine. The 24v rail is not working, I replaced the power board, but that didn't fix it so I am not going to spend more money. But I would like to know what could go wrong. No leaky caps or busted diodes. Any other ideas for future reference? Besides getting a surge protector :P

Appareil:

Westinghouse TV

Statut:

open

Message d'origine par : micahchetrit ,

Titre:

Power Surge damages on tv

Texte:

We recently had some storms in our area, and a neighbor didn't have a surge protector on his tv.  I replaced the power supply board on it because the 24v wasn't reading.  What is likely to get fried on a tv during a surge?

Thanks,

Micah

I'm really starting to rely on iFixit, thanks guys!

Appareil:

Westinghouse TV

Statut:

open