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Does not turn on with picture. when you first plug in one can hear a relay engage...that's it, no picture or blue light power on indicator. tried the button on the right side of tv, no go. pulled plug and waited for a few minutes, no go.

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Leave unpluged longer. Capacitors bleed of very slow. atleast a couple hours. if that doesnt help tv may have bad powersupply.

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