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Insignia lcd ns-ltdvd26 will not power on... Is their a fuse I can replace ?

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Unfortunately no. While there are fuses you have to take the tv apart to get at them and that probably would not fix what caused the fuse to blow.

From your description the problem will be something in the power supply. This can be simple/cheap or expensive/not worth fixing. You want to check to see if you have any warranty either em or extended store. Then you need to talk to Insignia or the store you bought it from and find out where/who can fix it. You also want to do a bit of window shopping and find out what a replacement tv is worth. When you know that then you can get an estimate for repairs from the repair depot. If the cost gets too high then just buy a new tv. While this type of problem is repairable it isn;t always worth doing. If the shop just replaces boards instead of doing board repairs then the repair could even cost more than the new tv does.

Regardless of brand this is a common problem on tv's., that is if the repair is cost effective to do or if its is cheaper to get a new one. As long as you know the replacement cost its easier to know when to repair or replace.

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