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GREEN LIGHT KEEPS GOING BACK TO GREEN

THERE WAS A BAD STORM AND THE TV WAS OFF BUT PLUGED INTO A LIGHTING PROTECTOR ANYWAYS THE POWER WENT OUT AND WHEN IT CAME BACK ON WE TRY TO TURN THE TV ON AND THE POWER BUTTON WENT TO GREEN AND THE SCREEN STAYED BALCK AND A MIN LATER THE POWER BUTTON WENT BACK TO RED

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Hi Jess......I have one of these TV's but in a 30". Could it be the AC Adaptor? Does yours come with one? My problem is the AC Adaptor stopped functioning therefore I have no power going through my TV. It is frustrating not getting any useful help on this TV. I will never buy a noname again. Would you know or have an 800 number or know where I can buy another AC Adaptor for my 30"? I think your problem my well be similar to mine. Hope this helps and thank you in advance for any help you can give me.

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