Question about LG Televison & Video
This may just be an internal fuse on the power supply has blown, if you have a multi-meter you can remove the rear cover & check for yourself to see if it is open circuit you may be lucky & this is the only problem. However, very often lightning strikes can cause a lot of damage to the circuitry, so if the fuse is at fault & then blows again, I would suggest contacting your supplier to get an repair engineer to take a look for you & access any further problems.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
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