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have you checked the DC side of TV LOOK FOR ANY CAPACITORS with holes blown in them and are a of a burnt appearance , and also look for any breaks in circuit board also look for holes in circuit solder . I know this might sound silly have you checked the fuse in the MAINS PLUG ....
tried with other ac outlet doesn't work?. if still won't turn on, at this time you will need to remove the rear cover to gain access the internal part. since your tv doesn't have any power indicator, the first place to be checked will be the power supply board this is where the power connector cord is connected. now look for a blown fuse replaced with the same rating. but take note before you replaced the bad fuse you must need to have component testing in the power supply board which the cause of blown of the fuse. like shorted bridge diode, open resistance and defective mosfet or bad regulator ic.at this time you will need a device called digital tester to check weather the parts need replacement.hope this can help good luck.
There is a fuse in the tv power supply board,a fuse it is located near the a/c socket plug in of the tv power supply board.Lighting storm pack a huge anount of power and magnatic static field.If ur tv was in that path.U will not fixed it with a new fuse the tv whole power board probally dead already and those other circuit boards on the tv might be dead too.Good look with the replacement of the fuse,maricles might happen ur tv just have a dead fuse only.Not must take to or call many tvs shops and get the best estamates prices to fixed the tv.Not a do it self project,if tv a got hit by a massive power surges.
Check the main power cord for proper fit from the wall too the tv. Make sure the cord is well fitted in the outlet and the tv. If the connection is in standing and there's ac voltage coming from the outlet.......then it may be a blown fuse or a dead power supply circuit with-in the tv. If so, the tv needs to be serviced.
I had the exact same issue . The TV literally stopped working 2 year after the manufacture date. Since I had nothing to loose I opened it up and found that the fuse had blown. I put a new one in and if blew also. I work with some electrical engineers and they said first to look at the Diodes. They lent me their diode checker, and the first diode I checked was bad. I'm sorry I don't have any pictures but it was one of the diodes closest to the where the power cord connects to the board. I took the board out and brought it to work and had the electrical guys pull the diode. I got a replacement diode, (.20 cents or so) and had them solder it back in. The Diode number is IN540, you can buy these online, DIGIKEY.COM is one place too look. I took it home put everything back together, including a new fuse and BOOM it fired right up. I did this about a mounth ago and it is still going strong, I should probably knock on wood right about now. If you have an questions please feel free to ask. I am not a TV repair guy, just someone who got lucky. Good luck!