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Blown fuse the 5 amp fuse next to the power cord plug blows instantly as soon as I plug it in.

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Sounds like a problem in the transformer (a short) possibly visible as surface burn marks on the transformer coils. This can sometimes be fixed, but is not usually worth it for a small transformer, but easily replaced. Also check that there is not a short where the power cord connects to the workings of the tv, maybe a loose connection or some debris. Hope this helps :)

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