He put the TV's model is in the title and tags.
From Philips website, here's their pdf manual on that model:
Personally, if you can read a schematic, I'd download the schematic. Otherwise using the apparent shotgun technique you are suggesting is a REALLY bad idea.
For example, if the fuse isn't measured with a volt-ohmeter, then you're guessing that it is good. That's bad troubleshooting technique. Many a fuse has been known to appear to be good and yet still have a small crack or a bad base.
Also, if it's a bad relay, you would use the meter to determine continuity and/or determine whether or not they click when they should.