Question about Televison & Video
Based on your post, probable fault could be:
remote - could be defective or simply the battery needs replacement. There are instances where the battery contacts would require cleaning or even scraping;
the remote control receiver of the TV is defective;
a button is pressed without human intervention making all other button non-functional including the on/off. A quick temporary fix is to lightly tap on the button with your finger to dislodged it. this could happen either on the remote or on the front panel control of the TV.
Initially, pls check as above described and post back for any developments (or even the lack of it).
Hope this be of initial help/idea.
Good luck and kind regards.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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