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Fused I thought

My LVW-5045 Liteon HDD DVD Recorder had a loose TV ariel connection point.
I had to move it about physically sometimes, to get it to make a connection for reception
I think I did this too often, as on the last occasion it sparked out and now will not switch on.
The internal fuse though has not blown, and I would like some knowledgeable person to explain me a fix please

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  • t23322212 Jan 03, 2009

    Thanks, I do realise I can do that, but they can create their own prices, which are so very inflated.

    I am able with some added assistance to fix it myself, if someone has the know how.

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These are not fused as some VERY High end Units are. You would probably be better off looking for an Authorized Service Center in your Area to repair the Short.

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