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Insignia 27" HDTV

My kids put about $1.00 in pennies through the slots in the side of it and today it blew up, I haven't took it apart to see the damage but is there any chance it can be fixed? Or should I just get a new TV, I really liked this TV.

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    John Paolucci Jun 16, 2007

    Im sorry this is the TV, that it happened to not the 27", its this 30 inch one
    __Insignia? 30" Widescreen HD-Ready Flat-Tube TV with Component Video Inputs

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Without opening the set or having a tech look at it, it is impossible to tell. Maybe only a fuse blew? Good Luck

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