Question about Televison & Video
Most power surges as the name implies involves a rogue spike voltage over and above the standard. More often than not, this would cause as you suspected a blown fuse. In most designs, the fuse would either be at the rear and easily replaceable by the owner/user or inside the unit requiring the cover to be removed. Most electronics shops/stores and any outlet of audio/video equipment would have such in stock. The rating would also be stenciled on the fuse itself hence you would have basis for the replacement.
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Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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