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I turned the TV off, went to sleep, tried to turn it back on, but nothing happened. The set simply just would not turn on. I proceeded to open up the tv, and just look inside to verify the components were still intact, and check for debris or charring from bad components. The set was clean, and had no physical defects to the naked eye, and all components appeared to be intact. The only thing I did not check was the power cord. The is no light indicator on the power supply, so I am not sure if it is working. I do not have a meter present to actually verify the voltage coming out of the the supply, and do not have another supply to swap with. Any help you can give would be appreciated.
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Just check the AC wall outlet by using volt meter tester,if the outlet ok check blown fuse if ok proceed to power supply section.

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