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I have a problem with the power supply board with my TV (Samsung LN46A750). I had a fuse blown and tried to replace it (with a like fuse, of course). Replacing that fuse and attaching the power cord let to not only the new fuse blowing again, but also one of the disc shaped capacitors on the board (it let out a loud spark!). Obvioulsy I need a new board. My question is; is this something I have to look forward to every 2-3 years or was this my punishment for not having my TV surge protected? I appreciate any and all feedback! Thank you to whoever lends assistance!

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Power supply board have power surge parts,but not totally dead,it just giving to much power some where,that why it keep killing ur fuse.This problems,u must have great electronic skills to track it down.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish power supply board for the replacement.Power surges are rarely happen,but the surge protector will stop massive power will go the protector when it happen instead all the power will go to the tv itself.

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