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Red light comes on but nothing else

Remote sensor stopped working at first then tv would turn on and off by itself now will not come on at all.

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I AM HAVING TROUBLE GETTING A PICTURE OR SOUND ON MY TV THE RED LIGHT STAYS ON BUT NOTHNG ELSE, WHAT DO YOU THINK I SOULD DO, IS THERE SOMEWERER AN INTERNET SITE OR STORE THAT I CAN BUY THE MANUAL TO TRY TO FIX THE PROBLEM BEFORE CALLING THE REPAI MAN?

Posted on Aug 30, 2008

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