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Hi watching tv the other night my lights went bright then heard a sound like a small stone hitting my window but WRONG had a power cut ,so when the power came back on my tv had a mist like grey starting at the bottom of the screen and going up to the top ,i could see a very faint picture and had sound ,I switch the tv off again then nothing at all it just kept switching off on it own .Any advise would be grateful dont know if a power surge could have made this happen ????

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Yes that was from that cut power you should go now to the authorized service to fix that problem

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