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Just checked with a technician for bad capacitors but couldnt find any... considering the tv is still quite new.. bought in april... im facing the same problem... the tv won't power on but the standby light is still on and responding to the keys... any one can help? im stuck with only local warranty and i've left for a new country...

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  • dharvish_chu Nov 09, 2010

    oops... there an error with the model number: mine is a plasma display: model number ps42p430b2m... looks like all capacitors are still working... the technician highlighted a possible micro processor error... due to over heating.

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