Parts

No parts required.

Place the TV face down on a flat smooth surface as to not scratch the screen. Remove the four 8mm screws attaching the stand to the TV.
  • Place the TV face down on a flat smooth surface as to not scratch the screen.

  • Remove the four 8mm screws attaching the stand to the TV.

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Lift the stand off the television. Lift the stand off the television.
  • Lift the stand off the television.

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Remove the two back panels to display the audio and video inputs.. Remove the two back panels to display the audio and video inputs.. Remove the two back panels to display the audio and video inputs..
  • Remove the two back panels to display the audio and video inputs..

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Remove the eight 6mm Phillips screws around the edge. Remove the two 6mm Phillips near the inputs.
  • Remove the eight 6mm Phillips screws around the edge.

  • Remove the two 6mm Phillips near the inputs.

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Lift and remove the back case of the television.
  • Lift and remove the back case of the television.

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To identify a broken fuse, look at the thin wire running through the center of the fuse. If the wire is misshapen or broken, the fuse needs to be replaced. To remove the fuse, either push from one side or pry gently with a spudger.
  • To identify a broken fuse, look at the thin wire running through the center of the fuse. If the wire is misshapen or broken, the fuse needs to be replaced.

  • To remove the fuse, either push from one side or pry gently with a spudger.

  • Make sure to replace the fuse with the correct amperage and voltage fuse. The correct voltage and amperage is displayed on the side of the fuse.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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I recently replaced a blown fuse on this model TV. When testing it with the back still off, the power light turned red, then green, then went off. Puzzling. It turned out that the back has to be on the TV and the screws have to be in (at least, the screws that make contact with metal parts). After that, all good.

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