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Tv screen will not turn on

We have power to the tv. It is sourced at composite 1. The cable guide comes on, but no picture no sound. When we rechecked the source it does say "off" next to composite 1.

ANy ideas on how to turn it on?

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From Menu go to TUNER and try

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Bye.

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