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Power supply zapped by lightning; do you have a replacement power supply?

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If you're referring to a replacement battery, please google your model and use the word battery. Otherwise, lightning tends to short out all kinds of stuff.

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I hope I have been of help but please do not hesitate to ask if you have any further questions.

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A suggestion for "next time": if a TV set blows a fuse, get the problem fixed first before risking a new fuse on it. It's rare that a power surge blows the fuse without also breaking something else. The fuse is intended to minimize damage and prevent fire in case something in the TV shorts out or the surge protection components are unable to handle a high energy pulse on the power line. It's not guaranteed to protect the set from damage.

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sounds like maybe the power supply got zapped threw a surge. you may want to get a technician out there to confirm. not too expensive to fix.

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