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Not to discourage you from repairing this TV. In almost all cases, these TV combos are extremely difficult to repair. Even when these were new, if they had problems you will not get a long lasting repair.I would suggest you find another TV. Please refrain from purchasing any combo sets. Your best bet is to purchase a TV and DVD or VCR player as separate units. Thanks for asking and show all hands of support!
the problem should not be the fuse if its the sound problem, i am having the same problem with the same tv and im an electronics tech and i have yet to see whats exactly wrong. but if you do want to try a new fuse its a 4A 250v fuse but the base where the plug connects into. if i find what the exact problem is i will come back on and tell you of my findings.
NOT A SOLUTION, however my remote stopped working a couple months ago. I subsequently tried several universal remotes - none of these worked. An educated guess might be that the problem is NOT with the remote control unit, but rather something inside the set itself. This might also explain why the MW24FM1 you bought "didn't come with a remote".