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Toshiba 35a44 problem

Problem is not batteries or remote control units; the tv set turned on ok this morning, but the volume was stuck on 100; i tried to turn it down and it would not turn down; so i changed the channel off of sat-tv; now, the channels change up/down, but nothing comes on the screen except snow; the volume control does not work on the front panel either; nothing on the front panel works; i did get the set turned off by use of the remote contol with sat-tv dish; but now the set does not even come on...when i cut the power from the tv at the power strip, the only thing that happens is the red light on the set front, near the power switch glows for a second and then goes off..........what gives? any help appreciated......Curt

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    Exact same problem. Hoping for a cheap and easy solution. Problem seems to be with the front buttons

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Check the following power supply components
power transistor of the supply
zener diodes
rectifier diodes

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