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No power to my TV

My TV will simply not turn on when you push the power button on or when you try the remote. Could this be a fuse or something. I have a phillips model # 51pp9303h/17

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Simple first. Is it on a surge strip. If so check the reset button (or fuse on some). If it has a removable power cord unplug it from the unit and test it on another device (pc or playstation depending on the type) or use a multi-meter or light tester, carefully of course. Most newer tv's do not have internal fuses or at least any that are user serviceable. If you cannot get anywhere with that you should probalby take it to a repair center. You could do serious damage taking it apart yourself.

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