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In advertantly applied 240volts instead of 115volts to power cord. Must have fried power supply or blue a fuse. Where do I get a repair diagram--electrical schmatic?

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Hi,
You can download service manual of KV-36FS200 free copy from HERE that will help you to repair tv problem.
Thanks.

Posted on Aug 28, 2010

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