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TV won't turn on.

Been told it might be a microprocessor. What is this? Anything I can do or do I need a professional? Model number is actually one digit different is DS35520. Thanks!

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Its a possibility that the micro could be bad BUT most likely the standby power supply or the running power supply is bad as the regulators go bad alot in these. Also i dont know if this is one of the serial #s that the horizontal output would blow out and cause this problem because of the mounting screw came loose. If your not a tv or electronic tech, there are hundreds of volts inside this puppy ,so I would recommend that you take to a pro. Good Luck

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