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Does the wide screens need a circuit higher than a regular outlet plug

Techman answered my problem... one other thing do you need a higher circuit plug for widescreens... never had a problem with t.v. just shutting off after watching for 30 minutes...

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No you do not need a higher current recepticle and dont let them tell you you do as its only a ploy to delay you in getting a new set.!! Good luck Man that was a fast response!! Ps dont forget to vote!!

Posted on Jun 11, 2006

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