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What is the part number for a thermal fuse on a Sony grand wega KDF50E2000

My Sony grand wega KDF50E2000 tv is blinking 6 times. I researched on the bet and it says it is a thermal fuse. I would like to know what the part number is and also a picture of what the thermal fuse looks like.

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Jerry C
Hello Ryan,



About the only other thing that you will be able to do is to verify that the wiring from the fuse to the control board has not been damaged or come loose. If the wiring is OK, this will require a technician to diagnose. Contact a local television repair service or follow this link:

Sears Home Services

to arrange a repair with a Sears Television Technician.



Jerry C
by Jerry C Earned 317 community points in Televisions
April 10th, 2013
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I received the thermal fuse today and replaced the part. After a few minutes my TV shut down and began the 6 red blink code!!!! Now what....
by Manage My Life
April 10th, 2013
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Jerry C
Hello Ryan,





You will definitely want to unplug the television prior to doing any work on it.

To test the thermal fuse you will need to remove the back of the television and that can expose wiring that has voltage to it when the television is plugged in. Once you reach the fuse, unplug it prior to testing it for Ohms. If it is still plugged into the circuit board, incorrect readings may occur.



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by Jerry C Earned 317 community points in Televisions
April 8th, 2013
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I ordered the needed part for my TV, hopefully it will arrive within a few day. When I test the old thermal fuse with the multimeter, should the TV be unplugged?
by Manage My Life
April 6th, 2013
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Jerry C
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by Jerry C Earned 317 community points in Televisions
April 3rd, 2013
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Jerry C
Working on a TV can be difficult and dangerous due to the high voltage circuits inside. Always remember to unplug any TV before trying to service it and if unsure of the proper procedures, seek the service of a trained professional.



 



Hello Ryan,



 



I'm sorry to hear that your television has malfunctioned and I would like to assist you.  I have attached an image that shows the location of the thermal fuse and 

Sears Parts Direct

 is a direct link to the replacement fuse.  It is listed as a thermostat on the website, but I have verified the part number as being correct.  Be sure to unplug the television first, as you can verify its condition prior to replacement.  Use a multimeter set to ohms on the leads and it should show 0-1 ohms.  Anything much greater or OL indicates that it has failed.  The usual cause for this condition is the cooling fan and air plenum needing to be cleaned, or the television is in an area that does not allow enough air flow to get to the air ports.



 



Please let me know if you would like any further assistance.



 



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by Jerry C Earned 317 community points in Televisions
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