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I can't turn my tv on!!!!! PLEASE HELP

I have decided that I want to use an older tv, I switched it on(at the powerpoint) and everything appeared to be ok, then I decided to turn it off (big mistake) pressing the off button on the tv. Now when I try to turn it back on the red light comes on but no tv, I think I need a remote control to turn it on, but haven't got one, is there anything that I can do to try and get it working. I have already unplugged it from the wall for a night and still doesn't work...y? y? y?

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