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My Hitachi LCD TV does not turn on

I have an Hitachi 26" LCD TV, model26LD6600 that is not turning on. When you switch the TV on, the red light at the front does come on but when you press the button on either the remote control or TV itself, nothing happens, balnk screen. Any suggestions, thank you

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