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My television LG 26lx1d doesn't turn on. I heard a

My television LG 26lx1d was on and I heard a pop sound. Now doesn't turn on.

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Mine did the same thing. It just seems dead, and ot lights at all. I tried another good cord, but nothing. Did you find the answer?

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