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Toshiba 32A43 . After power surge, I replaced a fuse that I found blown on the circuit board. That did not fix it. Anything else I can check ? I got it for free, so if there is nothing else I can do , I'll just throw it away.

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A power surge will have blown th LOPTX and possibly shorted the PCB. it wont be worth repairing this set.

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