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TV shut down while watching

I was watching TV with my family one day when the TV decided to completely turn off. It's not an old TV and we didnt do anything wrong. We havent been able to get it back on since. When we turn the power button on, the green light flashes a few times and then shuts off. Can you tell me what I should do and if it's costly?
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  • cathynutt Nov 28, 2007

    I turned the channell and the t.v. just shut off. Now, It will not turn back on. It makes a click sound and the green light flashes and thats it. HELP me Please.

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