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I have an hitachi 57s500. We had a power surge in our house. The power supply cord fried and also the fuse and a semi circle cap thing by the fuse blew off. Are these easy fixes? we can not find the power cord anywhere

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  • holls2367 Oct 03, 2009

    already did. They do not have them

  • holls2367 Oct 03, 2009

    can I post a picture somewhere so that you can see the parts that have blown.

  • holls2367 Oct 04, 2009

    I have no power cord/ power ac

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Tries the tv website it self,or these websites Amazon.com,Ebay.com,or Partstore.com.

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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  • Chi Chu Oct 03, 2009

    Decribe it to me,I find most things in the web.

  • Chi Chu Oct 04, 2009

    Try the website Pacparts.com have many parts including Hatachi.Check out enter brand tv,and model no.

  • Chi Chu Oct 04, 2009

    Triangle cable,have standard A/C power cord for tv check out and see.

  • Chi Chu Oct 04, 2009

    Trianglecables.com

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