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Tv overvoltage i accidentally put 220v across the outlet that the tv was plugged into...would the power light come on at all if i damaged the tv or blew an internal fuse?

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Normaly there will be much more damage than the internal fuse. On this model, if I can remember correctly, there is a pig-tail fuse that is solder connected to the circuit board. When this fuse is blown, normaly there are serious problems in the power supply or some other areas of the set.

It would be best for you to take the set to a service center to have it properly checked and have an estimate. I have had your described situation before. Most of the time the set would be very expensive to service in this type of case.

Jerry G.

Posted on May 24, 2008

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