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My memorex tv won't turn on

I was watching my tv earlier today and it was working fine. but now when i try turing it on theres no power. Do you know what i should do or if theres anything to do.

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  • patchyb3 Jan 29, 2009



    Mine does the same exact thing, its like no power is getting into it

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