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No power My problem is that the t.v. is not getting power. The outlet on the wall works fine. I even plugged the power cord into the AVC and it powered that up. Does the t.v. have some sort of reset button on it?

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  • emc2003 Dec 02, 2007

    There is no power on my TV, yet there had been no power outage and everything else hooked into the power surge protector is working.

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There is no reset on this TV. The SMPS (switch mode power supply) has been a problem on some of these models. There are no components available for this board as it has to be replaced as an entire assembly. If one or more of the fuses on the SMPS board have opened up then you might have a bad scan or sustain board. A qualified technician will be able to diagnose which board is loading the power supply if this is the case. Good luck to you. Joe Weibel customelectronics.org

Posted on Feb 28, 2007

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