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I was watching tv last night and it just went off. I had not touched the remote at all. This has happened once before and it came back on using the remote. This time the remote would not work and when I used the power button on the tv the off light went out, but nothing else happened. No tv. What could it be?

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Unolug power cord. Count slowly to 15 and plug back in.

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