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Blows fuse Has a dead short blows fuse everytime. I have an RCA television with Chassis #CTC197AH with the same problem. When connected it blow the fuse (5 Amp) I have replace the thermistor and it still blows the fuse. I cannot be sure I used the right thermistor. Do you have a part number for this thermistor????

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You may want to check the regulator IC. RCA had a lot of shorted regs

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