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Tv power ive had a panasonic hdtv 52" for 6 years. all of a sudden it doesnt turn on and when i try to turn it on via ramote it just clicks and stays off. theres no way to turn it on and the clicking sound is unusual not the one you here which means its turning on. does the tvs problem have to do with the lamps in the back. i kow that to replace them its costly and many people suggest throwing it and getting a new one. what do you think?

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What model is the panasonic? Sounds like a power supply problem, let me know the model I can offer some advice on what to check.

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