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My Sanyo TV just quit working one day after a bad electical storm Its a Model number CLT2054 with an external 12 volt AC to DC converter cord. I thought it may be the converter and replaced it via the internet. That didnt work. I still have not power to the TV. In fact when I plug in the new converter the light on the converter goes out like something is going straight to groung. I cant get the tv to turn on.

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Did you bought your replacement AC Adapter on Ebay. well I bought mine on Ebay as well but you know what they're not the exact replacement. I encountered a problem with mine, because of the reverse polarity on the output power. you can fix this though, cut the output wire leading to your TV then connect the white wire with the un-shielded one and to the same on the other wire.

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