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I used the Tv. Wednesday today is Saturday and it will not turn on i've switched outlets I've unplugged it plugged it back in.. still not working what do i do now??

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Unfortunately you can bring it to a repair center or get a new unit. The TV could have had a power surge or just given up, but either way, until you identify the issue you can't determine your route of action (new unit or repair)

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