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  • thomasmoore2 Aug 23, 2008

    SYLVANIA 6842PE all fuses ohm good

  • tiffanylee Sep 25, 2008

    I have a 42" Sylvania TV, model# 6824PE and it has no power. It was making a buzzing sound for a while, and then one day went to turn it on and it it made a noise as is there was a short circuit that had blown. Not sure what happened but I turned it off and now there is no power at all. Please help me with my problem, I have no clue. Thank you

  • rhondacob Mar 20, 2009

    My Sylvania HDTV Model LD370SS8 has the same problem. When I try to turn it on nothing happens.

  • imcynthia79 Mar 24, 2009

    I have the Sylvannia 6842PE (42" I think) and it shut off tonight and won't come back. There are no lights, almost as if it is unplugged.


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I would need the model number of your set to help you.

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