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Went dead after power outage all other components ok

Went dead after power outage all other components hooked up still work.

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Power surges are common after the electricity is re-established. The reason some and not all are damaged is because the closest point or the weakest supply is normally taken out first. A job for a repair technician if your are not familiar with the inside of a TV. May just be a fuse if you are lucky. If the led comes on in standby only it is normally more serious. Good Luck,JUS004

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