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The fuse in my plug keeps blowing ive checked all wires and thay seem fine i have a 42 inch rear projector samsung tv

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Don't plug again.Your 42" rear projector has a short circuit inside. I think that it is in power supply. If you have some test experience . Easy fix.

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