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No Power on 32" Panasonic

Followed your response recommendations. New 6.3 amp slow blow installed. Works great. Tried the 5 amp fast blow first. This did not work. I hope the slow blow doesn't hurt anything down the road.

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A slow blow fuse is also known as an anti-surge fuse the idea being any sudden "spikes" in you mains electric when you switch on would blow a quick blow fuse. Anti surge fuses are designed to tolerate any sudden initial electric pulse.

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