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The power won't come on

The outlet is good to a good surge protector and the cord is clean and completely plugged in. The switch next to the A/C input doesn't turn on the tv or the display lights. There may have been a previous power surge. What do I check out next? Thank you for any help!

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  • skeels Feb 25, 2009

    It worked fine this morning and now it won't turn on. All I get is a flashing blue light.

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The power supply board .. But you have to take the set apart to get to it.. Look for a fuse and any capacitors that may be puffed up or leaking oil.

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