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TOSHIBA TV DVD VCR COBINATION MODEL# MW24F52. WILL NOT POWER ON WITH THE POWER BUTTON ON FRONT OF TV.

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  • Terry Whitfield Nov 27, 2008

    thnx 2smart4u for the input.However it was still under warranty (bought extended warranty from sears)..Sent back to sears to the dealer inTennessee! THEY FIRST PUT A RESISTOR IN IT BENCH TESTED OK THEN SENT BACK TO ME. However when got it back still same pblm couldn't turn on with remote or power button..Sent back to repair center and they called me to ask why i sent it back to them !Talked to the tech and he said he turned it on no pblm..he told me he would go over it with fine tooth comb and call me back..Tech called back and said the pcb main board had a hairline crack in it..he also told me the that out of all the tv vcr,dvd combo that phillips and the toshiba gave the most problems...the first bill was 80 bucks for the 1st repair that didn,t fix the problem ..after sending back total bill was 210.65 labor and parts pcb board 134.66 labor 75.99 just so happens that my warranty the extended runs out nov 28 this nov 2008.. tv now only 2 yrs old..was my daughters andnot used much at all since shes in college.. tech advised keeping renewal on warranty 1 yr is 80.00 bucks and not worth that now.. just hope it holdsup.. tech said was very common for the hairline cracks in boards.... thnx again for your help

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Maybe the button is not aligned with the module that connects together when you push in the button, have it checked by a pro

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