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Fuse blows Took to repair shop - they can find schematics for it. Where can they (we) find that?

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  • TrishBegley May 28, 2008

    Correction: Can NOT find schematics for it.

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Take it Authorised service center, dont go to any other repair shop just like that.
You can google search to find the HELPDESK no for you Manufacturer of the TV and contact them to find the nearest authorised Service Center. Fuse correction would  hardly cost you much.

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