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TV will not turn on.

I used the remote to turn it on one day. It made a slight noise like it was going to come on but did not. It was having no problems up to that point. We did have a power outage a few days before, but it was working after the outage. It was connected to a surge strip. The chasis # is AP411.

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Re: TV will not turn on.

Are you sure your remote is working ? Did you try using the power button on your set? IF so, then something is wrong inside you set. Possibly a power surge got through your supressor and caused a delayed reaction failure in your power supply. Also some other part may have just decided to fail. You need to have a tech check it out for you. Stargazer

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Re: TV will not turn on.

If Ur Techy Enough You Can Open The BAck cover and check if the fuse is busted then replace it , still if you see that the fuse is fix with no sign of burned or crack , you must then see a technician for a repair job

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I am an electronics technician who just happened have been given the same set as you because it was giving the previous owner the same problem. Since I am confident in my trade, I took the set and diagnosed noise in the remote receivers input to the cpu.

What this means is that a capacitor( or something) wasn't working properly and was either not filtering the noise out or it was introducing noise into the data stream that controls the TV through your remote control.

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