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Unless you are skilled at trouble shooting power supplies , you will be better off getting a skilled repair center to repair yourset. If its repairable I have seen surges from lightning strikes make the set no longer cost effective to repair.

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Lightning-damaged electronics are a gamble to repair. Sometimes the problem is a single component, but more often multiple components are damaged, and even if you get it working, something else may die shortly thereafter. If you are lucky, only one board was damaged. My recommendation, if you have homeowner's or renter's insurance, is to put in a claim for the TV and get it replaced.

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If the strike came over the power line, the input surge protectors in the power supply should be replaced, even if they look good. It would be prudent to replace the entire power supply. If you had the set plugged into an external surge protector, that should have taken most of the hit and should also be replaced. (Some surge protector manufacturers will pay up to a certain amount for repair or replacement of equipment plugged into their products if it is damaged by lightning.)

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If you are certain you have a lightning surge, almost anything can take down your TV. First check the obvious, do you have power coming out of the wall. Is the surge protector good, if you used one? If you have answered yes to the these questions, you may have acquired a power surge in your TV. You may not find it in your TV. As I have said it may be anywhere in the TV. You will need to take this TV to an authorized service center. It would be difficult for anyone out side a technician to find the problem. Thanks for asking and show all hands of support!

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