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Sounds to me you've either pulled a fuse. Does anything else work in that plug socket? If not then you've got a folty plug. If that's the case ensure it's kept off at all times and call a electrician out. It it's not that and your telly does the same in another plug socket I suggest checking the manual for contact details as it might be a burnt wire incident.
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The tube is probably fine, but the internal electronics are messed up. With a set that old, and the fact that it took a lightning hit, I wouldn't suggest spending anything on it. Take whatever insurance money you get and put it toward a new set. Most shops will tell you that lightning hits are not good investments as there are often hidden problems that appear over time.
CHECK THE SIMPLE THINGS --MAKE SURE THE PLUG IS STILL PLUGGED IN AC...IF YOU HAD SOME POWER INTERUPTIONS ...MAY HAVE BLOWN THE MAIN FUSE BY THE POWER CORD.DO YOU SEE ANY LED LITES ON THE FRONT OF TV..POWER INDICATOR??? .REMEMBER ,ALWWAY S UNPLUG THE TV IF YOU TAKE THE BACK OFF...TUNICA
Take off back cover. The problem power board is to the right of the
board where the power plug feeds into the TV. There is a large white
fuse right bend the power plug. With a meter it read ok; about 8 inches
deeper into the TV on that board was the resister next to two fuses. My
4 amp 125 volt fuse did not read on my meter. After replacing, it
* The TV set may be unplugged.
* A fuse or circuit breaker may be blown or switched off.
* The remote control unit (RCU) may be disabled.
* Make sure the TV/VCR are plugged in and the wall switch is on.
* Check the fuse or circuit breaker. Test the outlet with a lamp.
* Replace the RCU's batteries: if this fails exchange the unit.