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JVC projection screen with blowen fuse

I have a JVC projection tv with a blowen fuse and I went to buy a new fuse to replace the old one with and they didnt have the one I needed ( 125 A7 ) so I bought a ( 250 A5 ) and installed it in the tv and it comes on but the picture is all messed up and need to know if it is the fuse because of the new fuse only being a A5?

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You have to check the reason , why the fuse blew. It is something else that made the first fuse blow. The fuse has nothing to do with picture after the TV starts up.

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