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If there is no exposed fuse holder located near the power cord entrance, you will have to remove some section of the back to access any existing internal fuse.
Do this only with the power plug removed from the wall.

While fuses do die of metal fatigue (expanding and contracting of the element) it isn't that common and it may be a sign of more serious problems.
If you find one to replace, get two and if the first replacement fails again, save the other for the service tech.

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