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My Tv wont turn on Stanby mode led is off... It seems to be some power protection issue, is there anyway to restart mytc32lx58x LcdTv from panasonic_???????

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Unplug it for about an hour to let it reset itself, if it still does not work, then you will have to open it up and troubleshoot it.
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