Question about Televison & Video
Thanks for the video. There is not much that be done, other than taking it in for repair. Are you comfortable with removing the back casing and replacing parts? Just curious. If you've tried powering with the remote and the button on the TV, with no success, then something inside is fried. Considering the side of the TV (not flat panel) it's likely that dust/dirt has accumulated on the relays/connectors. If you do and are able to remove the back panel, I would recommend cleaning them with a suction vacuum (hose attachment). That is part of what a TV repair shop would do. I am guessing that you've already checked your homes fuse box and tried plugging your TV into a known working outlet. Good luck!
Posted on Nov 30, 2012
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