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John Bell Posted on Sep 18, 2006
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No power TV was working fine...turned it off for a few hours and when we came back the TV will not turn on. I believe I hear a faint tick from inside the unit, but not sure. Have tried the TV in different outlets, but still no power.

  • John Bell Sep 19, 2006

    It was sunny and about 80 degrees. No weather problems at all.

  • Anonymous Oct 18, 2008

    no power

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That day while you were out it might have rained or lost total power in the house and your TV might have suffer what is call power surge or lighting damage ,those two thing do a lot of damage to any electronic equipment,you need to get a qualified service technician to diagnose the problem.Sometimes there is no reason and the tv's just fail.Good luck.

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