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  • ryan_adamson Oct 02, 2008

    Hi, I have a Mitsubishi VS-45607, and it keeps blowing the F900 fuse. I ahve replaced this fuse a few times, and when I plug it in and try to turn it on, the fuse popps. Can anyone help me and tell me what could be wrong with my Television?



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    Ryan

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You have a direct short in the power supply. Check the horizontal ouput and the low voltage regulator transistors for being shorted.

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