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check the fuse inside the power plug
check for any internal fuses blowing.
If these are all right it is probably something to do with the power supply to it.
Using a multmeter I would check that the set is receiving power. Next, if power is reaching I WOULD CHECK FOR DAMAGED CONDENSERS/ CAPACITORS ON THE POWER CONTROL CARD....SEE LINK BELOW FOR POSSIBLE REMEDY
Go back and check fuses. Alot of vehicle use seperate fuses for each headlamp system. If you had a short there would a blown fuse and those circuits are big amperage so yu might even smell something burning. Check all your fuses
The fuse is inside the set and is probably ok, but check to be sure. If you have an ohm meter I would check the horizontal output transistor first. It is a big transistor on a heat sink next to the FBT. It has three pins, check the center pin to one of the others, if low the transistor and probably the FBT is bad.