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Re: Sanyo 21" t.v. will not power
I would check store and see if will take back, my not want to say it was storm. Just don't know first. If will not take back or exchange then open and look for open fuse, or open resistor in Power Supply.
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The control board to your range may have been damaged because of the lightning storm. It happens when lightning strikes a power line and sends a surge of power to your home. This large current surge can easily damage electronic circuits. More often than not if a device is on and lightning strikes, that is when the device gets damaged. During large lightning storms it is best to turn off all electronic devices. The electricity going to your house is fine now and that is probably what your electrician checked.
But, was the cable/satellite feed protected? Lightning can come in from anywhere, not just the power line. The bad thing about the way cable and satellite installers ground things is, they ground to the same grounding system that the house does, which can backfeed the surge through the entire house - it shouldn't, but it can.
I would, however, contact the maker of the surge strip and attempt to file a damage claim. They all come with a liability warranty of some sort.
Any TV subjected to a power surge will have problems. If you can remove the back cover, do so. Locate the glass fuse. In the best situations the fuse is clear and opened, and replacement will repair your TV. In worst cases the fuse may be blackened, and you will see that many components are burned and shattered. If this latter is true, only replacing the TV is your best bet. In many cases electronics may be connected to surge protectors, but lightning will over ride these devices and cause damage. I have seen this happen many times.Thanks for asking and show all hands of support!
reset may not be of much help if it took a spike from lightning. ( short answer NO! Invest in a spike arrester extension plug when u get it fixed. $10 If you have home insurance claim any repairs under FUSION