Turn it on. You'll notice the power light changes for a sec.. picture but no sound, then turn it off and back on again. this time it should come up with a picture. if not you have the wrong power suply
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Most flat panel tv's use the same power cords as do computers. It's a three prong plug with the center plug just slightly higher than the one on the left and right. You should be able to get these at any computer store. I am not sure of the price. You might want to shop around.
Try website. -
http://www.lcdpayless.com I placed my
order on Thursday and went out of town for the 4th and I checked my
mail today (Monday) and it was there. I plugged it in, the power came
on and the tv works perfectly....plus the new cord doesn't have an
The cord is pricey at $117, but it beats buying a new tv. The company
accepts returns minus a 20% restocking fee and shipping, so I figured
worse case scenario I would only be out of $40+bucks if it didn't work
and I had to send it back. Hope this
It seem to be the #1 common problem with the Protron TV.
It maybe cheaper to find someone to fix the power supply, but if you get it from LCDPAYLESS, make sure it has some type of warranty on it. I hate to see anyone pay $130 and it only last a couple of months.
funny that no one's been able to help you, because I accidentally discovered that the power supply cord for my computer worked for my Protron PLTV-32C lcd... not sure if your model is different in someway, but you may want to try the cord from your own PC first, and if it works.