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Thermal fuse Please tell me where is the thermal fuse located. Also, do you really just connect one end of the fuse? How does this complete a circuit and fix the set?

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Someone said it is the thermal sensor.

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Thanks hope this helps if you cannot get it done take it in for a estimate as estimate will tell you the issue fixed or not and you can take that advice from that tech and repair your TV!!

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