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Having taken the xmas decorations down i moved the telly stand so that we could clean around the back unfortunately my wife accidently knocked the telly and everything went off it even blew the main fuse box so i replaced the exsention cable and put a new fuse in telly plug this blew again what do you think the problem is ????

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Blowing your fuse means you have a short circuit my friend. Even you replaced the fuse again and again it will do the same thing unless you isolated the problem. Blewing your fuse happened because it is a guard to avoid further damaged to you and your property. If you haven't a fuse fire will occured in the blink of an eye (thanks for the fuse) This is quit technical so I've advice you to look for a qualified electrician to isolate the cause of short circuit.

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