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3. Using the multimeter set on its lowest ohms setting, check each fuse for somewhat less than 2 ohms. If one is blown, it will show the highest level resistance for the setting on the meter.
4. All of my fuses were OK! Now what? Acting on the assumption that removing and replacing the fuses was like "kicking" a non-working machine, I reassembled the TV. The power light came on. Next, I started the service menu shown on page 3 and went thru options 086 to about 110. They all matched the values shown on page 4.
5. I closed the service menu and voila! Everything worked.
I wouldn't have tried this without the help of the web page, so somehow, Andre created my miracle.
Here's my "two cents" after my Sanyo DP50747 stopped working. The power light did not come on at all. After checking the 110VAC supply and cord, Googled "Sanyo DP50747 repair". I found lots of stuff, including this web page. I decided to follow it because I didn't want to get into the high voltage stuff. Download the service manual for your TV. Using Google, I found http://elektrotanya.com/sanyo_dp50747.pd... and clicked GET MANUAL to download the 52 page manual.
1. Using Page 5, remove the screws and put them in dessert dishes to keep the three types separate.
2. Remove and test each fuse. For safety, I wore a vinyl "surgical glove" so that I wasn't touching the needle nose pliers I used. I put some masking tape over the tips of the pliers to help prevent my accidentally crushing a fuse while squeezing and pulling.
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Sobald er das hat, wird er in der Lage sein, eine Grafik zu seiner im Laufe der Zeit erlangten Reputation zu sehen.
Hier ist eine Vorschau, wie die Grafik aussehen wird:
Noch keine Reputation erlangt.