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Can someone please direct me to a free service manuals that's actually free.

Every time I start my 99' 61 tv the fuse blows and I'm going to try to fix it myself. I found a round pin size burn in one of the traces near the power source and tried to solder it but it didn't help. I need the manual so I can at least get an idea of what to look for. thanks

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Good day.
With regards to your problem, try to isolate the issue first. the fuse blows? this means that something is shorted in the power supply circuitry. Could be the regulator IC, diodes or capacitors.
You can likewise download the diagram you need through the links posted on fixYa.com
For further assistance, please post the result of your findings.

chris

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

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