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A capacitor shorted (popped) in the power supply then the fuse blew (went black) unplug TV, remove back cover, look for power supply; follow cord to it; find small silver can with top bubbled (bad)
unsolder/replace; replace fuse. plug in turn on.
no it is your power supply it may have primary power but if you look closely you will see several puffed up capacitors these blow because of the fet near by let go and is not avail you can get a new supply for about 60 bucks from ramplus.com get the fsp number off the supply ex fsp-194
Mine did the same thing right before 4th of July. I was watching tv
and it just went off. At first I thought my power had gone out, but
the tv was the only thing that was off. I tried to turn it back on,
but it was dead as a doornail. :-) When I plug in the power cord the
blue light usually comes on or the fan runs, etc. I tried to plug in
the power cord and it did nothing, so I was upset thinking I had to get
I took a gamble that it was the powercord and after searching and
searching finally found this website.
http://www.lcdpayless.com. I placed my
order on Thursday and went out of town for the 4th and I checked my
mail today (Monday) and it was there. I plugged it in, the power came
on and the tv works perfectly....plus the new cord doesn't have an
The cord is pricey at $117, but it beats buying a new tv. The company
accepts returns minus a 20% restocking fee and shipping, so I figured
worse case scenario I would only be out of $40+bucks if it didn't work
and I had to send it back. So, if you plug your current power cord in
and it's not lighting up, it may be your power cord. Hope this
You can try using an rf modulator to convert the coax signal into one that you connect to the tv using RCA jacks. I believe that model has one source on it for AV. Most stores carry these and they are relatively inexpensive.