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TV popped when turned on

Turned the tv on and heard loud pop now it won't turn on at all. Checked fuse by power cord imput and it was ok. I had the same problem with our Hitachi 50UX26B. I had unplugged the TV while I was vacationing. When I came back I plugged it back in, heard a little pop but the screen remained black. When I push the power button I can hear a click but no indicator light and no power. I'm in Juneau Alaska so the option of getting professional help locally isn't available. I've done all the troubleshooting I know. Can anyone help?

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Bad manin bord poped the main power transister we nee dto replace that with spare part .

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