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Thomson 28WR25UG Hello,i turn on my TV and it's on stand by(red light)and when i press a channel up or down i can hear i high pitched buzz but the TV seems to remain in stand by.Is there anything i can do before i take i to a TV repair shop. Thanks Andy

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Your tv is gone to 'standby' mode, it definately needs to be looked at by a tech...hope the repair is not too dear

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