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I have a 27" Panasonic tv, about four years old (old style, not a flat or lcd set). I lost power in a storm a couple of weeks ago, and maybe coincidentally, when i turn the tv on, within seconds I lose the picture and sound. I had the cable checked by Comcast and it is fine. Does this sound repairable?

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The short answer is yep!! The longer answer will require that you post the model number. With that in hand I should be able to provide you with some detailed possibilities.

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Dan

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