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TV turns on but no video

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  • scpeck4 Aug 01, 2009

    Cables are plugged in... the stand-by LED is blinking and you cannot turn the TV on or off nor can i see a display

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Are the cables plugged in properly? Can you clarify the question?

Posted on Aug 01, 2009

  • Ekse Aug 01, 2009

    you should have included that information in the original query I can not help you with that, take it to a repairer or repost the question.

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