Question about Televison & Video
It sounds like the circuit board that controls the channel/volume/power/etc. is shorted out. You'll probably have to contact the manufacturer and see if the set is still under warranty. If not, contact a local TV repair shop and tell them what the problem is and if they can give you a quote over the phone to fix it. You can then either get a second opinion from another repair shop, or weigh out the price of a new TV against the cost of repair. Hope this helps...
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