Question about Televison & Video
If you are comfortable taking the back of the TV and doing the this yourself, then here is where I would start. If not take it to a service center.
Where the power goes into the tv there should be a power board. The first thing you should check is that the fuse on the power board is not fried, if it is replace it. If it isn't things may end up costly. You can try replacing the bard and see if that works, but I would reccomend a service center at this point.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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