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Wd62327 status light is on what does it mean

I have a mitsubishi wd62327 tv and after lightning struck close to the house the tv went off and now the status light is on what does it mean. The tv won't come on.

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  • faysey55 Jul 15, 2009

    What does that mean exactly? I appreciate your help!!!

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Replace the power pcb in the tv.

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Your cable should have been connected to a lightning arrestor to have protected your TV from possible damage. Unfortunately it sounds as if the lightning was able to get to your TV and has damaged some of the circuitry inside. It may have just blown a fuse inside or it could have also damaged any number of parts on any number of circuit boards. The only way to make sure the problem is corrected is to have an authorized repair technician take a look at it.

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