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The fuse replacement didn't cause your issue. Fuses can be replaced with different voltage ratings (same or greater) as long as the amperage stays the same. It is the current draw that blows the fuse. Something blew the fuse the first time. They don't blow for no reason.
It sounds like you have blown a small resistor or a diode. Finding the value and/or type of each will be problematic.
Also, I doubt that is your "True" problem. Generally, when a small component blows, it was caused by a bigger component down the line. When fuses blow, it's generally a power supply or output transistor problem. It needs to go to a shop.