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Not familiar with this make of TV, but some TV's require you make a change to the audio menu from int. to ext. speakers. Do the internal speakers work and if they do, besides the menu change are you useing an external amp with your surround system?
It hasn't been 'unplugged' until you have let it stay that way overnight. There are components that need to discharge and that can take hours.
You wrote 'standard sounds;' did this mean audio or something else?
If you have normal audio but no identifiable video, then the backlight or the inverter for the backlight has failed.
If audio is present, try looking at the screen from several angels to see if you can identify some ghost-like video.
If so, then the above suspicion is pretty much confirmed.
I hate that the modern sets seem so prone to failure, it isn't a good trade-off for the increase in quality of the results.
Most of these are not poor engineering but the effort to build them with the cheapest possible parts inside, often only saving a few dollars, but ruining their reputation.
my tla-04641c stoped taking commands the day after using it with my laptop and was stuck on so i unplugged it and now it wont turn on when i plug it in the red light comes on and i hear the relay click button nothing happens when i push the on button. any suggestions? i pulled the power board and nothing "looked blown"