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It won't come on

My TV won't turn on, although the satellite system, surround sound and dvd player all work. It worked this morning, then this evening, it will not come on. I have checked the outlet and it's working just fine. I've tried unplugging it for a while, and no luck.

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Re: It won't come on

Listen for noise when pressing power, if no noise then check powersupply for open fuse, then if fuse is good check for open circuit in PS. If hear noise then short is in PS

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