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What blew was a capacitor on one of the boards. You can look them over for a blown cap, it will be mushroomed or split or bulging. Make sure the set has been off at least a half hour and cross the prongs on the plug with a screwdriver to spend any stored electrictiy in the unit before attempting to open the set. Most likely the bad board would need replaced. If this set is older model, maybe better to replace the set with a new one. These repairs tend to get messy, once a board goes bad, other boards start going bad and so forth till the money you spend would have bought a new set.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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