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I have a uniden TL27WRA-W model LCD TV that looks like it has blown the internal fuse. Is this something that i can fix myself? Where would i be able to get a replacement fuse? i have tried an electronics store but they were baffled. i hear the fuse blowing can be a result of a much begger problem. is it worth getting worked on or should i just invest my money in a new set?

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Yes, most likely, when a fuse blows, it is caused by another component on the board that is either shorted or not working properly. Fuses do not blow for no reason and when they do blow, they prevent a possible fire. If I was you, I would try to get a replacement power supply board. You might have a shorted diode or transformer on the power supply board. You can check partstore.com or call the manufacture of your LCD display and see how much a power supply board is..Hope this helps..

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