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Television will not turn on

The television will not turn on. Even if I press the power button.

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Check your power cord, power socket, try connecting something else on the socket, try connecting the tv on another socket, ohhh, did you recently have a power outrage?

If so your starter may have burnent, check a specialist for a valid diagnosis.

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