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My TV doesn't turn on at all

There is power in the house, but when I try to turn on the TV, nothing happens. I've tried manually and with the remote, and there is no response. No clicking sounds eithere. Can you tell me how to troubleshoot the power supply, or should I start with that. I thought that could be it, since it is the common problem in a computer with a similar issue.

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  • gi12fly Jul 03, 2008

    I have a problem much the same. When I turn my Sony KP-57ws510 on nothing happens except the tv clicks and the red power light flashes.



    The owners manual says to refer to an authorized service center for assistance.

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How many times does the red light flash?

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