Question about Televison & Video
From what I understood the wall socket is working.
Check if the power cord is fused. In that case the fuse will be in the power cord plug. If there is no fuse, then the TV must be repaired. There is no replaceable fuse inside LCD TV.
In that case testing will start with power cord itself. When there is no power at all the problem is usually the PSU board inside the TV. Usually the zener located near to the power cord connector or other component in the AC part of the PSU has blown.
I can be more specific by knowing make and model of the TV.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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