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T.V. I turned on my Panasonic T.V. Model CT32SL13G and it was completely dead. Through research it appears that the fuse has blown from the start button. I have no idea how to replace the fuse and where to purchase it. Any suggestions

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  • avneet Jan 01, 2008

    I have the exact same problem, I just need to know where the fuse is so that I can change it myself.



    Please help

  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2008

    Ditto, turned on one morning, heard a single click and nothing else.  Called 3 shops, all told me it is some "common problem with the circuit board that requires a kit" and to expect a repair bill between $175  and $300.  




    I want to check the fuse myself before I send it off.  Panasonic microwave did this last year, I paid $50 for diagnostic and the guy had the nerve to charge me for the $2 fuse on top.  It took him longer to write the service ticket than it took to make the repair.

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2008

    sould I try a higher amparge is this safe

  • photosbyjc May 26, 2008

    I too have the same problem, where is the fuse, and what does it look like?

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Check the fuse.

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