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Powersurege damage there was a series of power surges during the recent power outage. Our TV was turned on during that time. Now we have no picture just a blank screen and just a buzzing sound. I need to know if it can be repaired.

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Anything can be repaired. But the cost can be a problem. The most commond thing to happen is the power supply gets knocked out (fixable problem), but I have seen the whole tv get knocked (not cost effective) out as well. The only way to find out is to let a repair shop look at it.

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