Question about Televison & Video
1. Unplug the cord & check if there is power at the
2. Check for a busted fuse/or tripped off circuit
breaker at the main power panel pf your house.
3. Check for the busted fuse inside the case of your
projection TV. This is just near where your power
cable of your TV is connected.
4. When you are done, plug back your cord to the
power outlet, and put the power on.
This should correct your problem. Send us your email and keep us informed.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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