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CT32SX12F 32" Won't power on

I have a Tau CT32SX12F. Went to turn on one day and just won't power on. Tried a different outlet with same result. The TV is only 5 years old and the extended warranty just ran out in November. Any ideas?

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  • slymer Jan 13, 2008

    One day tv wouldn't power up.

  • bfdgc Feb 20, 2008

    same problem here

  • RedRider1000 Jun 24, 2008

    I have CT-32HL44. One morning, dead. How do you get the back panel off to replace fuse? I read it's a Radio Shack 6.3 amp item, four for $2.99, but don't know how to access fuse...

  • Justagurl Jun 26, 2008

    I had the same problem, it just wouldn't turn on. Tt had to be fixed, and they said it was a shorted regulator and the horizontal output had to be replaced. That only lasted about 8 months and it happened again! It's a joke!

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When mine it, i had to replace a fuse

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