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Not necessarily. if your tv is under warranty, then you definitely don't want to do it yourself, or the warranty may be voided. There may be a panel on the back somewhere that should be fairly easy to remove to reach a fuse (if it has one) I would refer to the owners manual if you have it?
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
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