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TV turn off itself and won't turn on

Original the tv is on, then all of sudden it turns off by itself and the green light for "On timer" blinks. It was plugged to a surge protector. Try unplug it and plug it back, turn on the TV and see horiztonal lines crossing the screen, no picture, no sound. After around 10 sec, it turns off itself with the green light blinking again. How bad is it? Any help is appreciated.

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Re: TV turn off itself and won't turn on

Sounds almost like you have a voltage missing on the power supply board. if its a missing voltage a service manual and a multi meter should help ya find whats missing But a shop repair on a set like this could cost a bit as anything over 27" is a little costoly to fix these days. Only way to see is call and say to your self How old is the set? is it the set you really like do you wanna spend 150 to 225 to repair? it up to you. Good Luck

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