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Power but no picture on a toshiba 36a61 36" tv

I have a toshiba 36". Before i put it in storage i never had any problems. After i moved it into my new apartment, i plugged it up and it sounded like a normal tv powering up, and the red LED on the front panel is on, but no picture, the tube isn't even lighting up. Is this an easy fix, or worth fixing, what could it be? thanks.

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Re: power but no picture on a toshiba 36a61 36" tv

Could it be the socket wirings was loose check and retightened. more

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