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My Mitsu WD-62628 will not turn on

House cleaner came today and now my TV will not turn on. I have tried the reset button, but nothing. I do have power, as the blinking green light does happen after power or reset happens. Tried the remote, hoping for a faulty button on the machine, but no. I have the TV running through a Monster Power surge/cleaner, and nothing else is havving issues.
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It is probably by coinsidence that the set has failed. I doubt it was from the house cleaner. The set most likely failed on its own. The power supply is a common fault in most LCD screens when they fail. Sometimes a failure can occure on any of the other boards, and thus cause a fault in the power supply.


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