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Fuse my fuse cut off .When i change and start tie tv the cable is not working proporly ican't even zap the tv remote.There is the image but i can'see good.I losed the manuel instruction and i don't know what to do now.Please help me

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Re: fuse

Possible short in cable line = have you contacted your cable
provider and asked them to check it out ?? That's your next step................................T.

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