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T.v. keeps blowing a fuse

We had a bad storm. after the storm tv didnt work.i replaced fuse and plugged it in and it blew the fuse again.

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Re: t.v. keeps blowing a fuse

The storm probaly blew your horizontal output or one of the Diodes in the brdge rectifier. Hows your soldering skills and what model set do you have?

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Re: t.v. keeps blowing a fuse

Have you tried calling the tv manufacturer yet?

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