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No RF Signal after main fuse replacement

Hi guys/gals. I had to repalce main power fuse, but on initial power up, my menus come up, but TV is not getting any signal from cable TV. Any clues?

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The power could have damaged the rf filter in the TV as please unplug it for 30 min then plug it and check , if get it service as the rf circuit may be defective...............................

Posted on Jun 21, 2008

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Chk the cable for siginal

Posted on Jun 21, 2008

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    if you can connect the tv to a dvd or vhs player and and try playing something. that will give a clear picture of the issue

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