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I have only found one fuse on this, but there's probably others. The one i found was to the left and behind the plug. you have to take off the black plastic covering the plug, and all the other connections. You can see the fuse if you look between the bottom of the vertical and horizontal circuit boards in the corner.
dear friend your tv has a defective fly-back transformer 99 times out of 100 that is your problem.
get the model number and call your local electronics parts distribuitor to see if they have it, if not call tritronics 1800-638-3328 they probably have it and is not too expensive.less than $25.00.now when you get here is the million dollar question can you do it yourself? if you can't call the repairman and by having the fly-back that will decrese the cost of the repair, is just the labor.
Do you hear a click when you try to power it up? If no you may have a blown fuse. But if the fuse is blown chances are a short has caused that condition. Check the fuse to see if its blown and let me know and I will try to help you out with it.