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Insignia LCD TV 26"

I have an Insignia LCD TV 26", and it quit working. So i took it apart and it was a blown fuse in the the power supply. I replaced it, and put it back together and plugged it in and BAM it blew again right when i plugged it in. I tried this 3 times and i am about to take it out back and target practice with it. Please help, cant afford to buy a new tv right now.

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    If the power supply is bad, where can I get a replacement and about how much?



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A blown fuse is a symptom not the cause... You might take a look at the caps E919,E920,E921 (all 680uf/35v). The board can be accessed by removal of center cover w/o removal of the entire back.

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