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The TV is acting like it has no power , but other applinacies are going great out of the same wall socket.

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Again this is a common problem that comes about when handling televisions. Check to make sure that the power cord isn't loose and that there is no damage. Try the tv with different wall outlets (even if other appliances work with the one you are trying to use as the TV might be drawing too much power or need more power than that circuit can handle) make sure that you are actually turning the unit on. Try changing channels volume etc. If nothing above works I'd suspect you have damage to the power supply of the television. 

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