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Good afternoon, my Mitsubishi model 42413 turns on, then immediately back off back again. After testing with the menu and device buttons, I get a flashing 2 - 2 code indicating a fuse is blown. I opened the set up but can only find one fuse where the power cord enters the circuitry. I take it the fuse I am looking for does not present itself as a "fuse" we are accustomed to seeing, i.e. glass tube with a filament inside. What should I look for and where?

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2,2 means one of the pico fuses (see attached photo) that protects the convergence circuit is blown---This set uses 2 of the STK-394-250 convergence chips---you need to locate and replace the fuse and the chips---do not just replace fuse---it went for a reason, if just fuse replaced it will blow again and likely do other damage.


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