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The fuse inside my phillips DVD home theater system keeps blowing fuses. I recently had a power surge and noticed that the fuse was blown. I replaced it with the same kind and now eveytime I connect the power cord to an outlet it blows the fuse again.

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There is a short circuit in the power supply. either change the whole circuit board or it is probably just the heat sink moumted transistor on the board that has to be replaced.

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Short circuit occur after the fuse,main power supply is the problem.please check the AC voltage before plugging.

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