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Hdtv has no power at all.

When unit is pluged in,and turned on it dose not function.

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WE HAVE A DP42746 AND NO POWER AT ALL DEAD FUSES

ARE ALL OK BUT NO POWER WHY?

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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