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Push Power button, green light goes on for a few seconds then nothing....

I started by looking at the fuse right next to the power cord where it meets the circuit board inside the tv housing. The 125V 5A fuse was burnt out. I replaced this fuse. I tried again but same thing - push power button, little green light goes on in the front for a few seconds but then goes off and no picture or anything.... Any suggestions?

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I would suggest taking a look at the power module if that can be replaced. The Fuse blowing may have only been the beginning of the problem. Any recent issues with under or over voltage in your home?

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