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Re: Samsung Flat Screen Won't turn On
Yea take your tv to a tech tv has a problem in the power supply there is 10mf cap in the power supply that likes to go bad replace it if that model does not have it check regulator and the microchip.however your problem lies in the powerand related circuit.good luck
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Try disconnecting all of your HDMI cables and plugging the power cord of the TV into another wall outlet. If this resolves the issue, you may have had a small power surge from either your wall outlet or one of your source devices. It is recommended to connect your TV to a surge protector if you haven't done so already.
hi if you have at least a basic knowledge in repairing in any electronics as my recommendations, since the problem is won't power on.first you need to open the back cover with the use of philip screw driver then start to check the power supply look for the blown fuse replaced with the same amper rated at the part. then check for any burnt or bulged capacitors. also considered the inverter ballast board if their is no burnt connectors or parts. good luck hope it will help you.
Hi, Check that the plug has power. Use a light to do this. Also check the TV cord maybe bad.
Check breaker pannel. Make absolute sure that you have power getting to the TV. If all is good you need a repairman. Good luck
First test the wall outlet, try plugging a lamp into the same outlet see if it works. If the outlet works then read the following below. If the wall outlet doesn't work then plug the TV into another outlet.
If its not the wall outlet:
Unfortunately the power supply has a problem sustaining DC output. This can be caused from several fault scenarios. Get someone who is technically savvy and I will show them via e-mail what to test to fix this problem for you. Or you can take it to your local repair center.
It is very possible that the power supply may have gone out. Which unfortunately is common on many newer tv's and other appliances. You can use a multi-tester or voltage tester to see if there is any power coming out of the power supply.