Question about Televison & Video
Without looking at it physically - it will be a guessing game.
If it suddenly lost power - it could be as simple as a power supply issue.
Your best bet is to take it to a tv repair shop near you, and have them quote a repair price. Some will do it free - and some will charge a 1 hour minimum to diagnose - and then take it off the repair bill.
Once you have figured out the problem - return and re-post and we can help you with parts location and replacement.
Please note that TVs aren't like cars. They store potentially LETHAL amounts of energy that needs to be dissipated correctly before working inside of them.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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