Question about Televison & Video
Unplug the TV for few minutes, say 15 minutes and then try to turn it ON. If it still remains dead, it is an internal failure and needs to be repaired. If the TV is under warranty, contact manufacturer and get it replaced / repair without any charge. However, if it is out of warranty and you wanted to repair it yourself, revert with model number and we could start repairing.
Few details to be noted :-
1. You should have electronics repair experience.
2. Use of multimeter and soldering iron could be there.
3. You need to take all precautions.
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