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32'' Mag, LED lights, set will not turn on. Problem occurred after attempting to connect tv as a monitor using VGA port.

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If you still have the laptop connected to the TV, and it wont power on. disconnect it.

Wehn connect a laptop the output needs to be changed using the Function (FN) and F keys.

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