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One of two things can be the problem...one the bulb is bad...two the ballast is bad. If the bulb is not bad then the ballast is...it can usually be fixed by replacing a resistor on the board itself...it is labeled R3 and is a 1000 ohm resistor
I would advise as I do not know all the specifics to try to give the T.V. a signal from a cable box or dvd player. Then I would unplug the T.V. for about 5 minutes and then plug it back in and try to turn it on. Most newer televisions will have a One Year warranty included at the time of purchase so if all else fails, you maybe able to get a warranty replacement.