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Apex PF3225 I just bought an Apex PF3225 Flat tube TV. I saw it work before I brought it home. When i got it home I plugged it in, and it does not work, no LED light on the front or anything.

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Take it back to whoever you got it from!

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hold the menu buttuon on the tv

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1. the tv itself has no manual picture adjustments it is all done automaticaly even if you go inside the actual case of the tv there just is no way to physicaly adjust this.
2. i think it is called "blooming" from what i have been told this is a problem with the high voltage circuits going to your tube
3. it would be more worth it to get a new tv or just deal with the picture loss rather than get it fixed.

i could be wrong on all accounts but that is what i have found through researching the same issue.
if there is a way to fix this i would love to know as well

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