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AKAI 27inch: The Screen is Blank -- the red light flashes and the speakers are popping but Screen is black. THe indicator light does not go green either when using the remote to turn on or when turning on the TV from the actual set with the on-off button. It was fine one minute -- left tv on and went to bed and woke about 4 hrs later to speaker feedback popping.cracking and a black screen. I have tried disconnecting from the power and starting again -- re setting all the cables to no avail.

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