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My TV won't power up. The round indicator light on the front goes from flashing white to a red 'wait' state. The Samsung repairman said it was either the on board computer or something else. Sansung office didn't know which it could be. Both parts cost about $250/each and he said he would have to buy both since there was no way of knowing. The bottom line was going to about $700 repair bill. The TV is about 2 years old. Should we just dump it and buy a new one? If so is there some place that takes (or even buys) these tv's.

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