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Tv wont turn on, after unplugging it, turning off the breaker, unplugging the outlet, changing batteries to remote. Won't turn on on the tv panel or remote. tv technician won't be in for another week, and its too far away to drive to. how do i repair it myself?

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There should be an internal fuse, which is probably blown. Should also be an easy fix, if that is the case.

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