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Now i blow the outlet fuse insted of the tv fuse

I put a new h\v block iun and now when i plug in the tv it blow out the outlet fuse insted of the tv fuse. I am pluzzed on it now so i need some help now please . Thank's Chris McCoy

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Re: now i blow the outlet fuse insted of the tv fuse

Take me back to the original symptom and how you determined to change the HV block----For now,have you put the original back

and the mfr correct rated fuse(s)?? Have you double-checked

that the transformer lead is in correct flute in HV block??If not,

you likely will blow something!  Let me know....T.

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