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Mitsubishi tv vs 60707 fuse keeps blowing everytime i plug it it

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1. unplug from the wall
2. cut off the end of the power cord
3. splice the plug from an extension cord
4. tape it up real good
5. try again

Posted on Oct 24, 2010

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