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Wont turn on

I try to turn on the tv when i notice that the power cord was kind of pinched and so I replaced the power cord and it still does not want to turn on what can I do I have a little of electronic exp. but not sure what to do can anyone help me out

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  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2008

    unplugged the TV it was working earlier in the day moved it plugged it in nothing

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I have the same problem. Try unplugging it for a couple of hours. The problem will return though.

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