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Will not work

I have had my 32 in hdtv lcd for about 6 months and we turned it off and when trying to turn it back on it's standby light (red light) comes on but can get power on it Green Light

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One of the pcb boards has suffered a failure you need a service tech to determine what board has failed and what the cost is to replace it

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