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No power at all.

Came home ready to relax and sit down with the old girl and no power at all. Tried both the remote and the power switch on the front of the unit, no picture or sound. I know the outlets are working due to sound system and X-box power up. Any ideas?

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  • Jimmer08 May 26, 2008

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HI,IM JOHN FROM PHILIPPINES IM A TECHNICIAN,the problem with your tv is ethier the power ic,,fuse..capacitor,,or the circuit protector diode R2KY,,R2KS

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