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No red light or power

I have plugged the TV in and I have no red stand by light and no power at all

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I've had about 3 or 4 similar sets like this....all have had a flash-over around the bridge rectifier to metal chassis. (you will clearly see the flash-over on the metal chassis). Clean back the print re-solder bridge rectifier,fit a new fuse (usually around 4 to 6.3 Amp)

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