My very dearest friend in the whole world has been dragged into this quagmire. Her problem is exactly the same as Kellyo's solution. No power to TV, LED on power illuminates but that's. I must confess, I am trying to find a solution so she will like me more better.
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Thats A 26" LCD tv sets thats sold mostly by walley world. The problem you describe is most likly the sustain voltage on the LCD screen has a bad capacitor in the power supply circuit that supplies that voltage to the driver board. If you still have a warranty Take it in or hopefully you bought an extended warranty with the set. Good Luck.