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Model D52W208 I've had the TV in Mexico and there have been alot of power cuts due to people stealing portions of power lines for the copper. I believe this might have caused a problem for this system. It doesn't turn on, it doesn't do anything. Any suggestions. Ron

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  • Ronald5150 Mar 31, 2008

    Can you tell me where the main fuse is located?

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Ok so it shows no light blinking on front? ,.... when that happens first thing to check is main fuse... power fluctiation may cause it to blow.

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  • Willie Howell May 13, 2008

    the main fuse is located on a small board in front of the main green board.. if you follow the power cord to where it ends inside the set then the fuse is close by.. CAREFULL televisions can generate potentally lethal voltages.. even when unpluged...

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