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SOYO 26'' Power surge

There was a recent power surge when i tryed to plug in my tv and sparks shot out from the back and now there is no power to the tv. Im pretty sure its broken but if there is anything i am able to do.

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If you had sparks it is dead, but just to be sure unplugg it for a few hours and try one last time

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Good day.

The spark the you see means that your wall socket is loose. Have it fixed by a qualified technician. With regards to your unit, it has an internal problem. In my experience, the power supply is not dissipating power to the circuitry. The problem is contained in the power supply, have it checked by a technician.


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