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No power no sound

I was wacthing my 52in RCA big screen tv ,when all of a sudden it just cut off. i took the back off and found a glass fuse was blown. i replaced the fuse and everytime i plug it in it blows a fuse.

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    what type of fuse

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Oh noh!!! I suggest you should an AVR (automatic voltage regulator), these will help to control the flactuations of power. try also check the power supply (its either 110 or 220 volts), just make sure it is compatible to your default power supply.

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