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During a power surge my tv turned off and it wont turn on now at all

Our Tv turned off during a surge problem with our electricity our other tv came back on but the mitsubishi never did. We had never had any problems with it prior.

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I have a rca television and my t.v. just cut off when i was looking at it and , when i tried to cut it back on, there was no sound and no picture and the power button did not want to cut off on it's on i had to unplug it.

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