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T.V. will not turn

I cannot get the tv to power up . the remote won't turn it on nor will the power switch on the the tv power it up, The tv is plugged into a working 110 outlet
The tv model no. is DS27225
The serial no. is V6310408166643
The tv is approx. 2 years old

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  • zookeepr Dec 07, 2008

    press power and can hear set power up, about 5 seconds later hear a click (like a relay dropping out) and unit shuts down. it will do this 4 or 5 times and then wont do anything until it is unplugged for a couple of minutes, then does it all ove again. if using the remote it does the same thing.

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Try shocking  hit with open palm sides top. set on poss bad connnection. other wise prob not worth repair  sanyo has history of hor sweep circuit problems. 

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