Question about Televison & Video
I doubt the cats caused the problem unless the plug was far enough out to make intermittent contact, possbily causing a power spike in the set. It's hard to say from here. However, if you are not getting any picture or sound, it could be as simple as having nothing plugged into the input the set is 'looking' at, such as A/V 1 not having anything connected to it, and the set it 'looking' for a signal there. If you're sure that's not it, then you'll need to have someone qualified to fix it to look at it.
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Posted on Feb 05, 2008
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