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Tv dont turn on

We had a fire outside of our house that severed the electrical line. Ever since that, the TV does not turn on. That had happened before with a power outage whole TV needed to be replaced. What can I do. Is it fried

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Yes, there was a power surge, most likely. Use a surge protector or battery backup nex time. The thing's trash.

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