Question about Televison & Video
Hello, you have a (shutdown circut) it happens when the tv senses trouble in the circut.
becuase these type of tv's run hot at high internal voltages parts can become overheated and loose proper resistance or ability to handle voltages that have to reach other parts of the circut and other internal board panels. a shutdown it is for protection. you may want to check your power supply if there was a pop that is something inside that went bad. be careful to touching inside theres is high voltages stored in the components.
i can not tell you specifically what your primary cuase was without your model service manual. no power means power supply trouble.
replace or trace.
what ever blew out cuased the power supply to go bad you will need a service manual to know for sure.
the wise chioce is to have a service center check it for you they will know what to repair or exchange.
good luck hope this helps
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