This TV stopped working, the I moved it to another room and plugged it in. It started working again, but then crapped out. When I hit the power button I hear a click like it is trying to turn on...but nothing happens. I troubleshot the TV just as Sharp suggests in the manual and again nothing. I am wondering if the TV is now worthless and should it be target practice. Any help is appreciated.
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Re: Sharp 27N-S300 TV problems
This could be several things, but most likely a burned loose resistor or bad solder joint.
All of which causes an inoperative power supply with the result of having a "dead" set.
It would have to be checked out to find the problem.
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