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Was watching tv and it just went off. I unplugged it to try to see if that would help after pluggung it back in and nothing. it just clicks and tries to come on, but no picture or sounds.???

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This happened to me and I was told that it is likely a power supply problem. You ever get a final answer on this?

Posted on Aug 23, 2010

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