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Plasma TV - won't turn on

I have an Akai Plasma tv and while in the middle of watching a show, the tv suddenly turned off. I heard the same sound it makes as if I turned it off myself, which I didn't. I tried to turn the tv back on, but it wouldn't turn on.
It is connected to my digital box and the digital box is working fine. I unplugged it and plugged it into it's own outlet and still no luck. I can not seem to find a reset button or a fuse box. HELP

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  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    I have tried the reset button on the roku, but still no connection.

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    the tv doesant turn on after the power surge doesant it have any protection a fuse or reset button or could it have burn a transformer tell me

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Well, there is no fuse box. it's a small, 20mm fuse, tere is one on each board. just remember what screws you take off where. take pics along the way, draw yourself notes. inside it's like home computer, just boards and screws. probably fuse or the power supply board itself.

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