Question about Panasonic CT-32SL14 32" TV
Viewsonic's are typically well built. Are there any lights on? If you've already sit for a while and then plugged it back in and still nothing, pop the back off again and see if there are any blown (popped up) capacitors on the power supply. Maybe it took a light surge. If there are any bad caps, they usually only cost around a dollar a piece to replace.
We had 2 42" Viewsonic's that get used every day go through a building surge while one was on and it still works great a year later.
Posted on Apr 26, 2008
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