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TV will not power up

I have a Mitsubishi WD-62825. I turned it off a few days ago and the next morning tried turning it back on. The TV will just not power up. I think it may be a blown fuse but where would the fuse be located and is it hard to replace. I have had the back off before to assist in replacing the lamp but don't remember seeing a fuse.

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  • Rickwo May 30, 2008

    No lights at all come on. I have dealt with the flashing green light in the past. I have been able to unplug the tv and plug it back in, hit the reset button a few times and it eventually stops blinking and powers up. This time - no lights at all.

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No the red power light in the front comes on for a splt second the goes out

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Does the set do anything what so ever when you press power/ Are there any lights lit on the front at all?

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