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I had the same problem, i took it to a tv repair shop and the said it would be 3-$400 to fix so i just bought a new one but the repair man said the the main board the one with all the inputs and the power supply were bad. U can buy the main board for about $150 and fix it ur self... bth the power supply also cost about $150 as well but i would replace the main board first and see if that fixes ur prob
The resolution of that plasma is extremely low, you will gonna have problems viewing even the simplest site an most programs wiil display badly - they need at least 800x600.
But for movies it will work just fine. Use an S-video cable from the video card to the tv and it should be automatically recognized. Configure it like any other tv, just make sure you select its native resolution - 852x480 - for best quality image.
I've had a same problem with a similar TV. The odds are the power supply board for the screen has failed. Most manufactures call it a Backlight Inverter board. If you have some electronic experience, you can some times find a Service Manual for your TV on the internet for less than $20. It will have all the research material for repairing the damaged circuit board.
If the fuse burned out the the tv would not turn on at all. When the tv is on is the back light still on? If its not its probably the back light that needs changing. If its on then its one of the circuit boards.