Question about Televison & Video
Check the outlet. If you plug a lamp into the same outlet and it doesn't work, you have no power there (reset the circuit breaker or call an electrician).
If the lamp does work, look for a circuit breaker on the back of the TV - it's usually a red or brown rod (about half as thick as a pencil and less than an inch long) sticking out. Press it in. If that fixes it, fine. If it keeps happening, take it to a repair shop - something is wrong inside an, since it's plugged into the wall (lots of electricity available), it could cause a fire.
If there's power to the outlet and no circuit breaker (or pushing it in doesn't help) you'll need a repair shop. (With the current repair prices and the current prices for TV sets, it may be cheaper to buy a new one. Shop around.)
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
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