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Shortage problem I have a Philips HTS3544/37 its blowing my internal fuse on system I replace the fuse (6.3 250v) it already blew 4 fuses Philips told me it was a shortage problem to get it fix

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So stop feeding it fuses and get it fixed. Internet isn't a good medium for hands-on repair.

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