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Zenith SM2787BT TV Dead

Was watching tv then heard a pop sound then the was dead. The breaker to the outlet was not blown. Could this simply be a fuse in the tv or something much worse

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Re: Zenith SM2787BT TV Dead

With popping sound maybe more but first look for blown fuse inside set. Then if do not make a sound then it could be more.

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