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My television won't turn on.

My remote power button lights up when I push it, new batteries. The tv will not come on. I try to turn it on manually by the button on the side of the tv itself and it will not work either. The power button at the bottom of the tv is also on.

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  • rachel678 Aug 29, 2008

    I tried to connect a new dvr system to the tv and now the tv wont turn on at all. I just want to cry... why wont it turn on????????

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I unplugged the television for a few seconds, plugged it back up and woolahh, it was fixed. Thanks for all the tecknical support. Way to go guys.

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