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Turns on but nothing else works

I had the TV connected to my PC when it broke, I restarted the computer and the TV kind of freaked out. Then, when I would turn the TV on, there would just be a blue screen... after a couple of hours of trying to get it to work the blue screen started turning black. I would try changing the input from PC to TV, but no buttons work on the remote or on the TV. I have to unplug the TV to get it to turn off.

Any clues? Someone told me the tuner. But I don't know how the tuner could make no buttons work, etc. I'm thinking the motherboard.

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Your probably correct, however, the tuner also has serial/data lines going to it so the tuner can cause that problem but highly unlikely.

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