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The electricity had gone off due to a fault somewhere in the area which switched the tv off (it was on and working fine). the electricity was off 4 about 10mins and then came back on, then went off, then on again, then went off again and finally back on!! once it stayed on we tried to get tv back on but only got a flash of the picture once turned on. the sound was there but no permanent picture- only a black screen. the indicator light is going green but no picture. this was yesterday evening and still no joy from tv. can u help?? have got a 42" philips plasma flat tv.

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Hi.

Modern sets dont like power surges which is what happens when supply goes on & off.

I would think that something is damaged it will be expensive to repair.
My advice would be get A shop to check it for you If you can ask them to see if this problem in there opinion is due to power surge.
If you have house hold insurance new for old make A claim.

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