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My tv has quit working since a storm in the area. You can plug the tv up and here a relay click, but you cannot power the tv up. I have checked the fuse and the low voltage diodes, but nothing. Please help. The tv is only 3 years old.

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  • dejaunsd1 Sep 09, 2008

    My tv does exactly the same thing and it started after a storm. I removed the back and checked the fuse which is intact and not the problem. Im thinking the whole circut board needs to be replaced but don't know where to get one.

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YOU BETTER CHECK THE HOT OR TRANSISTOR NEAR FLYBACK MAYBE SHORTED

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