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Power supply shot when 3 weeks on same surge prot. all other eq. ok

Can power supplys on 2 hdtvs be blown through surge protectors without tripping surge protector- same wall circuit 3 weeks apart tv on off lts on no picture no sound wont turn off both tvs the same problem

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YES !! IT CAN DAMAGED THE POWER SUPPLY , WHAT i SUGGEST IS TO USE AN APC BATTERY BACK UP & SURGE PROTECTION , SAME USE FOR COMPUTERS , FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO:
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