Any of several things could have happened, but your power supply or a something inline to or from the power supply has quit. A good shop can tell you or give you an essimate for a fair fee. THe fes differ from shop to shop. Cheaper doesn't always mean less quality, just ask some friends or coworkers if they know of a good repair shop.
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The fuse is inside the chassis and likely soldered. Unplug the TV, press and hold the power button for 30 seconds, repeat. Plug it back in and see if that has reset it. Is the outlet good, or did the power outage trip the breaker?
could be the fuse is inside of set just fallow the yellow brick road the power cord it is a glass looking tube with silver ends on it Be sure to unplug tv befor you take the back off of it if fuse is ok then you have other problems in set.
It is repairable.Open the TV and check the fuse and then the flyback transformer for any loose soldering. check for obvious burnt transisters, resistors, capacitors etc. the flyback is the component that has a wire to the picture screen on the inside of the TV. Be careful. Capacitors and picture tubes retain high current. If you don't know what your doing take it for repair.
the loss of power was do to a blown fuse. could not access it through the small opening near where the power cord went in at the back of set.. carefully took the back of just far enough to access the fuse and replaced it. Working fine.
yea take your tv to a tech tv has a problem in the power supply there is 10mf cap in the power supply that likes to go bad replace it if that model does not have it check regulator and the microchip.however your problem lies in the powerand related circuit.good luck