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1. Replace the power chord.

WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE: Do not attempt to work on your set without another person present who is trained in CPR

If the power chord is a plug in type , plug it back in.
if the power chord was ripped out , you need to repair it.
if the power chord was broken before you discovered it, you will also need to repair it.

I do mean a proper repair not just an electrical tape job.

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Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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