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MY HD4208TIII=PDP IS STUCK ON STANDBY MODE. hOW DO I GET IT TO TURN ON?

WON'T TURN ON AT ALL FROM STANBY MODE. HAVE CHANGED BATTERIES IN REMOTE AND COMPLETELY UNPLUGGED IT. NOTHING WORKS

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Plug it out from AC mains, and let it be in that state overnight, and then check. OK.

Posted on Nov 10, 2011

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Can't turn on from Stanby mode

I would assume the power board has a problem. A tech could possibly repair it without replacing the whole board.
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