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No power i have been watching the telly all day and then tuned it off or a few hours but let it on stand by.I then went to tun it back on and i just heard a "bink" and the red light went off......thee is now no power what so ever.please help!

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Hey trying doing a product update download from philips using a thumbstick they seem to give updates for this tv a couple times a year, ive seem to rembber this issue being resolved in a update worth a shot, just plug it in on the side the tv should reckonize it .

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