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Andrew Ackermann Posted on Jan 13, 2007
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No power We had out tv on yesterday and it just turned off, like someone hit the power button and it won't turn back on. We have tried leaving it unplugged for a while and plugging it in to other outlets but no luck.

  • lmnagata Aug 17, 2008

    Same problem. Where are the fuses?

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Maybe the fuse is busted. try to replace the fuse and if still get busted, u have a problem in power supply section or worst the high voltage section which include the horizontal circuits also responsible for the power! have it checks with a qualified personnel if you are not inclined with this job>

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You could have a bad high voltage transformer or problem with the power supply. If the set is over 6 years old, It would probably be better to replace it.

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