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My dynex tv won't turn. It worked last fine last night. This morning (first morning of daylight savings) neither the remote or power on the tv will work

I checked to make sure the cable connections are good and that it is plugged in.

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  • momtwins25
    momtwins25 Nov 05, 2012

    mine is doing the same thing, worked fine last night, havent had it on all day cuz I was gone, and I get home and it would not power on, and the red standby light is off too, like there is no power to the TV at all.

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    I have unplugged tv all night, unplugged cable for hours, took batteries out of remote and left them out. Nothing seems to help to stop it from continuing to go through all the channels.

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Check the Ac power cord,Fuses or the power supply module.

Posted on Nov 04, 2012

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SOURCE: Tv wont turn on worked fine last night

If there is no power at all, then the problem is likely the power supply unit.
The PSU must be tested, then eventually replaced.

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it might be the power supply failing . the caps are known to go bad,

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