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The tv will not turn on

At first the screen was flickering for a little while then the picture was regular. the volume would not go up or down. Sometimes unable to turn or on with remote or manually.

I tried unplugging it for 60 seconds to see if it would work but no go

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This can be from problems with the power supply, or with the uPC controller section. It is also possible that there are problems in the control circuit board area.

You would have to take the set to a TV service center to have it properly troubleshooted to find the cause of the failure. For this model you may find that servicing it is not feasible.

Jerry G.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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