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I have a mitsu ws-55511 that keeps blowing fuse part# 28p043090 (lf251 5a)Thanks

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There is a problem in the circuit that the fuse feeds. If you post the F number labeled on the PWB for the fuse that is bad, someone may be able to help you with which circuit is bad. I've seen other posts that indicate that the convergence generator board is the likley culprit if F9A04 is the bad fuse.

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