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There is a chance the power supply is fried. However, I've seen some Samsung power supplies that have fusible resistors in the power supply for added protection. So your main fuse could be ok, but there could be an additional fusible resistor in the board as well. Also be aware, depending on where the surge entered the TV, you could also have a defective main board. Not trying to rain on your parade, but surge damage can sometimes be severe.
No point wondering - only examining the door internals will reveal why the latch doesn't work. Mostly it is the result of poor maintenance, the result of a maladjusted striker/hinges or a very dusty environment, though sometimes a spring will break...
hello you will not find an internal fuse though theres what we call a dummy or/reversed diode this is located at the rear of the radio beneath the top cover ,also check fuse along the radio line from battery to radio should be around 2-5amp fuse ,hope this helps