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Panasonic Quintrix TX 32 DTX1 will not turn 'on' despite apparently being connected to 240v supply.....socket ok fuse ok.

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Check ur power cable it might be faulty..other wise check the fuse...

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If you do nopt have power at all then you have either a shorted power cord with no continuity, or a defective power supply board inside the TV.

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