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Panasonic 36 inch flat screen tv 6 years old (model unknown) just stopped turning on. Act as if it is unplugged. Could it just be the fuse? If so, where is it located and how do i replace?

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Fuse sounds right.  Had a Toshiba 32" that did the same thing.  Had to have a repair man come out.  $150 charge all told.  Worth it, because a new TV would be a lot more.  Unless you are some kind of electronics wizard, you don't want to take that thing apart.  They are very delicate-looking inside (and really cheap-looking, actually!).

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