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I have a 36" Panasonic TV (manufactured in 2004) that suddenly stopped working. It was working fine up until I turned it off one evening before going to bed. The next morning, when I went to turn it on, NOTHING. No power indicator light, NOTHING. I'm a big "do-it-yourselfer", so I took off the back cover of the TV case and discovered that it was just a burnt-out fuse. It is a small "snap-in" glass fuse that should be mounted to a circuit board near the area where the main power chord enters the back of the TV. I found the replacement fuses at Radio Shack. The fuse came in a package of 4, for $2.99. Cheap fix and works great! The biggest problem I had with the fix is that the TV weighs 386 lbs., so I had to get help lifting it out and back into the entertainment center.