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Cant turn tv on

I cant turn my tv on. is this a common and easily fixed problem? my LG 42" HDtv will not turn on the power light is red. normally when i turn my tv on the first light goes from yellow to green while the second light stays orange. Today it just went from orange to red.
I have tried to use the help option on my logitech remote. Then restarted my time warner cable box and nothing happened still. I unplugged the tv and let it sit for about ten minutes and replugged it back in but now there is only one light and it is red. It goes from orange to red when you attempt to turn the tv on. I hear the little whirring sound that normally happens but nothing happens.
This morning my son and I were watching a cartoon no where near the tv and it just shut off in the middle of the show.
So it worked for a little while anyway.

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May be your DM board is gone......

Posted on Mar 08, 2008

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    isaac johny Mar 08, 2008

    check for the integrated chip below the heat sink..

    the soldering may have worn out due to over heating..

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