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SET WON'T POWER UP

TV POWER IS TURNED ON AND POWER LIGHT IS ON, BUT SET DOES NOT POWER UP. AT FIRST SET WOULD COME ON AFTER 5 TO 30 MINUTES OR SO. NOW SET MAKES THE SOUND YOU HEAR AS POWER COMES ON, BUT NO PICTURE OR SOUND AFTER THAT.

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I hate to tell u but maganvox bigscren are not ment to be repaired so now i said that i need the model number on the tv to help u but most all magbavox phillips and sylvania tvs most of them are big screens u have to buy the hole board from magnavox and it cost as much as the tv did. but i will try and hp u if u get me the model number and i need to know if u turn the set on and wait 2 mins and trun it off do u see and thing on u screen at all please let me know marty

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