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T v suddenly went off

T v went off. All cable connections are okay. Try turning on manually and it makes 3 or 4 short beep like sounds and doesn't come on. No warning or problem, just went off.

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How long did you have it for?

If you had it for long then it could possibly be the fuse.

I recommend you take it to PC World and get it checked out for FREE!
but the repair will cost.

Thanks

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

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