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After i power it on, there is no pictures, no sounds too.

There is no pictures, no sounds after I powered it on. The signal is fine because I can watch another TV which shares the same DirectTV cable.

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  • Minghua Zhang Jul 09, 2007

    the red light come on. but i do not hear any thing. I have not unplugged and plugged the set back in.

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Does the red light come on? Do you hear a relay click, Have you unplugged and plugged the set back in? Short of opening the set up you probably have a power supply/deflection issue and will require a tv technician.

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