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Dead T.V. RCA 32" T.V. was working fine then just died, no power, no picture, no nothing. What possibilities am I looking at here?

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Iv come across that this model wasnt successful..try taking this tv back to the dealer..if nothingwrks..then its time u buy another one..srry
have a nice day!

tc

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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