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Tv wont turn on

Tv turns on but the screen is black, the little green light, lights up. we have had in plugged in the surge protector.there also is no sound, when on.

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Have you tried unplugging your set for ten minutes and plugging it back in? Sometimes this will reset it. Also try hiolding the menu and input buttons in at the same time to see if you can enter the self diagnosis function built into the set. You should notice the light blink a two digit code. If thats unsuccesful your probaly looking at some bad capacitors in the power suppies or regulators. How are your trouble shooting skills?

Another problem that may be causing this is repaired by doing the following:
Remove the VP plug and solder a 4.7 mfd 35/50 volt electrolytic capacitor between pins 5 and 11 of the VP connector with the pos lead to pin 5. Solder a .01 cap between pins 7 and 9. You might also want to check out www.FreeFlatScreens.com/default.aspx?referer=7509165 for an opportunity to earn a free replacement for this set with a little effort on your part.

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