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Emerson LCD 32" TV....Model # LC320EM82....Power problem, powers up and powers right back off almost instantly....i have tried to google a solution and so many people are having the same solution but I seem to find no solution. I have only had the TV for a few months and I do not want to pay big bucks to have it repaired

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  • lovenicole80 May 19, 2009

    I've had my emerson LCD 32" TV model LC320EM82 for since 02/11/08 and my tv just went out with the same problem.

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Okay!First i need to isolate your electrical outlet is working. Use another Video/Audio component(ex. dvd player) and plug the power cord into the TV outlet,be sure it has nothing to do with the outlet.
If the outlet is working properly,Unplug the TV power cord and wait for 1 minute before you plug it back in the outlet.Turn on the TV MANUALLY without the remote control and see if the power stays on,if not,sorry,you need it to be repair.Don't waste more time on it. If you only purchase it for few months with a reputation retailer,there is no reason NOT to call them up,cause it should be still under warranty?
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