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Blown fuse? My sony rear projection 48in is about 6 years old. I have had no problems untill the other day while watching it it just went "pop" and lost ALL power. It acts like its unpluggeg. Where are the "fuses" to check? Any other suggestions? thank you

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Your problem is that the power supply of the tv went out and it wasn't beacuse of a bad fuse. need to take it to a tech service to check it.

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