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Pop fuse when pluged in

Everytime I plug the tv in it pops the fuse on the power input. The television is a model # F35100ST. The previous owner tried to tell me that it was the high voltage trasistor, but I think it might be something else. Please need advice as to how to fix this problem myself if possible

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Yes it may very well be the horizontal output transistor or the voltage regulator ic or a shorted rectifier diode on the power supply or the b+ capacitor on the powersupply good luck

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