Question about Televison & Video
I'm no expert, but I'd start by taking a "VERY GOOD LOOK" w/magnifing glass if possible , @ UR Wall Outlet Power Cord. Change to different wall outlet. Ur Power Cord "should" just pull right out of the back of your TV. If nothing in those places, then take off back panel (or part where power cord plugs into TV & AGAIN inspect area around where power cord attached for, yeah, that's right, the dreaded black area around plug-in area. Maybe it's just a bent prong. Any other funny things going on that U didn't mention here? Good Luck Leonard aka firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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A 440.00 bill is not unusual for your repair,however, I would ask
some questions-- Why 40. for tax?? On what parts?? What are
the part numbers?? How much for a written estimate?? What
is the warranty?? Otherwise,pursue your solution on FIXYA.
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