Question about Toshiba 14AF43 14" TV
First, make sure the outlet where the TV's plugged in is working. Unfortunately, a set that's dead after a power failure (especially if it was storm-related) isn't something easy to diagnose without looking at it in person. It might be something as simple as a blown fuse. But the damage is frequently more extensive. Without electronic servicing skills, the proper test equipment and a circuit diagram of the set, there's nothing you'll be able to do to repair this on your own. If you want to keep this set, the best thing you can do is find a servicer in your area who can check it over and make an estimate for the repair. For a small TV, you may find it more economical just to replace it.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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