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Well, if it's still in warrantee, you find a reputable licensed technician to see about it.
What's this about other boxes that work? The video sources?
If it is not in warrantee, you probably set out some towels, get a couple of people for spotters, take the screen down and dust it out, checking for other signs of damage or overheating, or simple tripped fuses, then re-plug and see if it feels more like powering up.
Then, if it doesn't power up, it will become handy to have a repair manual for the thing and the usual electronic troubleshooting bench setup and readings; or at least a good search of the --particular model-- you have online or at the sales shop or otherwise, to see what parts of it respond to replacement according to the product's or maker's reputation.
Finally...how in blazes, you can tell us, is a 50" plasma screen a generic problem of PC Desktops?
Posted on May 30, 2008
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