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Doesnt turn on

I was watching T.V. when the picture started fading, almost surreally and the tv turned off. Now it wont turn on. The picture was fine before this happened. I was watching it and it started becoming darker and dissapered. All this happened with a couple of seconds.. now it wont turn on at all..

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Re: doesnt turn on

Good day.

Try to check for the fuse along the units power supply and loose connections.


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