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DVD Stopped Working

I took tv to repair shop to fix video inputs and to fix sound problem I had as sound only worked sometime. After taking tv back to shop a couple of times I think they finally fixed those problems. These people seem to not know what they are doing. However, we just realized the DVD no longer works. I opened the set and the only thing I can see is that maybe a fuse blew as I see two fuses and one of them appears broken. Any suggestions?

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You can try to place a new fuse in there with the same current and voltage ratings. If the new fuse blows, it means there is a short circuit.

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