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I have a Philips 50 inch TV.

When I turn the power button on the remote or TV, nothing happens. Hit the power button again....and it flashes on for a split second and then goes right back off...

Any suggestions??

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May be related to a faulty IC. Check www.magnavoxhelp.com for a fix.

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