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50inch hitachi tv power will not come on

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  • winfordr Jan 10, 2009

    No power, no obvious damage on circuit boards. Gets ac to and past the fuse. Open resistance on power cord when unplugged.

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Have you checked pluging the cables into other working slots?
Maybe the lamp should be replaced (which is the most common solution to your tv types).

If not there's a chance that the fuse is gone.
Few things you might wanna do before calling to someone - you may wanna check the cables.
Let me know if you have anything

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