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we both know the power led, means i have power, so trace the power, get a meter and test the TV. See if the inside solder connections are getting power, by the way make sure you know the schematics if the board isn't labeled you can fry it.
How much was it moved? It could have jiggled something loose or made an intermittent connection, try removing the bulb/lamp and put it back in to reseat it, it might be detecting a lamp issue due to a bad connection, or a lamp thats starting to fail, if you have a spare lamp you can try replacing it. If thats not it then it may just be something is failing due to age/heat in the tv and moving it caused enough shock to the part to go intermittent. Most commonly when a projection tv does this its a problem with the lamp, or the power supply board.