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Blow fuse our tv always blow fuse if we change it that fuse.

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If the TV keeps blowing fuses, there most be a short somewhere. Most likely the power supply board itself somewhere. But take it to a repair shop to find out for sure. The sad part maybe that you'll have to pay over $100 for someone to look at it.

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