The tv would not turn on so i unplugged it and let it set for a couple days. Went to turn it on today and it came on, i turned it back off and it wont come back on anymore. Could this be a cord problem.
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It sounds like there`s a sort on the secondaries of the power supply. Before the power went off, did you ever turn the tv off by unplugging it?? In other words, did you turn the power off completely to the set or leaving it in standby?? if you always left it in stby, it will be the capacitors in the power supply, they dry out if the power is always on, so they will need replacing. If you did turn off the power, then I think you`ll find that the power cut had nothing to do with the fault you`ve got now, it will be the Line Output Stage which has failed or gone short circuit. Ian
the tv may have had a break down in the power supply, or may have "bad" solder connections on the main circuit board. GE tv's were famous for this. If you know someone who can solder electronics and knows how to look for bad solder joints, this may be the fix to your problem. If you have to take it in to get it repaired, it may not be worth it, as the prices of TV's now are very very cheap.
as per your statement
there is a loose contact in power supply section of your tv.
it is 1oo% sure that allthe parts are ok as
tv runs ok when it comes on.
but you will have to call tech. as without knowing technology it is dangerous to open tv due to high voltage.