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I turned off my tv at the wall as they there was going to be a power cut. But when I plugged it back in and turned it on nothing happened. No red light. I have tried rebooting but nothing works

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The outlet is OK after they worked on it, since that is what they did last? No red light means the standby power supply is not working which can mean it is not getting the power from the outlet or the power supply just died.
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