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No Power... need a new fuse.

My fuse blew out and I've been trying to find out what size the fuse is. I have tried a couple different one but they aren't the same voltage. What is the voltage and size of the fuse, where can I find one, and what is the name of it on the package?

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Re: No Power... need a new fuse.

While wiping off the dvd vhs player it went out. Said it did not recognize the tv anymore. My son put it on his tv and got a half screenof the movie. just took out the fuse t2al 250v. what is my problem?

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Re: No Power... need a new fuse.

Don't know the name on the packager bt the fuse is a T2AL / 250V should be able to find it at any rat shack or electronic clearing house

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