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More than likely, the power supply has blown capacitors in it. If you feel comfortable, you may search for a power supply module for it at shopjimmy.com & attempt replaceing it yourself, OR, I would submit a claim with your homeowners insurance as power surge damage(provided your deductible is not so high that it isn't worth it) Some electronics are more sensative than others & that is why the LG got it, but everything else is fine. I have been a TV tech for over 25 yrs. & have seen it happen more than once....good luck...hope this helps! Regards, Ross
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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