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RCA 32v430t Fuse Installation

I need written procedures, schematics and directions on replacing fuse.. The fuse is blown and not sure how to replace.. Symptons are black screen on power up.

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This is a very simple fix. I bought fuses at Radio Shack and have to replace one every 6 months or so. Just lay the TV on a towel or something on its face. Pull the screws out of the back - all the way around the edge and a couple on the top of the input/output panel. Trace the power cord to where it attaches to the circuit board and next to it you will see the fuse.
Replace fuse, put it back together and it should work.

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