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Amie Jones Posted on Mar 23, 2007
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My craig tv model ctv-41301 wont turn on

Hi my 13 inch craig tv worked fine today then all of a sudden when i was lying my son down for nap it wouldnt come on at all i even tried plugging it in to different outlets in the house and nothing happens not even a click a sound Nothing!!!! I also tried to access the craig companys website but am not having luck finding it so if there is anyone out there who might know what is going on your help would be most greatly appreciated

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Greetings from Belize take your set to a tech your tv is having a power supply problem.thats what you call a dead set.good luck.

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SOURCE: my craig tv model ctv-41301 wont turn on

That means that there are solid state components on a printed circuit board that are soldered into place. If the set is a 13 inch it would not be feasable to drop any cash into it as there are 13 inch combo TV sets going for as little as 59 bucks. Good Luck

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