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TV does not come on at all.......would there be some replaceable fuse?

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Certainly there will be a replacable glass cartridge type fuse. It will be there, not only for Sanyo, but for all TVs. The fuse used is for protection. That is, if anything wrong happens to the power supply or its internal circuits, fuse will blow up, and prevent further damage to other components. Therefore, you must understand that if fuse in your TV has blown up, certainley there will be some reson for that. Without find that reason, and rectify it, never put a fuse there, it it has blown. It will cause more trouble to your device. Check it well. Find out the reason for the blown out fuse. Rectify it first, and then put a new fuse there. OK.

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