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Green power light comes on, the turns right back off. No picture. Please help

I was watching tv. For no reason, the power went off on the tv. I turned it back on, but can't get a picture. The green power comes on for about 30 seconds, then turns right back off. What is the matter?

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I'm not sure what TV model you have. But, thing I can tell you is the most common problem.
Most of the time with flat panel TVs, the power supply for the screen fails. And the TV normally turns itself off to protect other parts in the TV from being damaged. Basically " Protection Mode".

You can try leaving the TV unplugged for 30 minutes so the TV can reset itself; then try again turning it on. If it doesn't work after that, it's time for the TV repair shop.

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