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I need to know the amp rating, on the fuse. And what to do, after I replace it, And you hear a sizzling and it blows the fuse again. The one I replaced had 5 amp. but not sure if it was a factory fuse. Or if someone else as been inside before me.All I had was A 1amp to test it with.I ohm the power cord does not show to be shorted. What would be the next step in trouble shooting? Before the the set went dead, there was a power surge

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  • rbdg39 Jun 03, 2010

    I would like too know if the fly back transformer, is suppose to have metal sticking out the side. Mine has two spots.close too one another.Looks like it tried to seep out. Or is this, the way it's made? one is the size of a pencil lead and the other a small eraser.Its a f36665 36" RCA TV 1999 year.I just wanted to make sure I bought the right part to fix it.The Horizontal IC card didn't seem to look burned anywhere.Is this also called the regulator Ic or is this two different peaces? I had, a power surge, of course the fuse blew. I have too pick one up. All I had was the 1 amp, I need a 5 amp when I plugged it in, the TV sizzled and blew the 1 amp just didn't want to spend A lot of money on TV and still not fix the problem. thanks Rob

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The 5 amp is the most common one,replace with other with the same amp.But if they burn out the device got a shortcircuit,could be the horizontal IC the regulator Ic

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