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No power JVC would not turn off either with the remote or on the switch on the TV. Unplugged it and now it will not turn on JVC AV 32980

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Replaced the C226 capacitor. Using advice from this web site, found the capacitor, and yes it looked burnt, went to Radio shack and for $1.69 bought a new one, put it in, and we were all set. Does have to be soldered in, in all it took us about 1 1/2 hours. Thanks for the tip.

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