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Panasonic ct-36sl14 color tv

Tv was on the other day and the screen just went blank. when I unplug then plug it back in I can hear it power-up, but get no response when I try to turn it on. it is out of warranty. have you heard of any similar problems with this tv, and can it be fixed inexpensively by someone who know virtually nothing about electonics.

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Your problem is in power supply section or system control section without previous experience in electronics and spechialy tv it is danger to open it and fixed{you may be get electric shock}.

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