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Please help!! We have a Vizio v6 and last evening I turned it off using the buttons on top of the monitor. I now cannot turn it back on with the top buttons or the remote. There are no indicator lights at all. We checked the power supply and the connections and all are good. Is there a fuse or something I may have blown?? SERIAL # DTLAASAD411438

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  • Anonymous May 04, 2008


  • cmapgurley Oct 01, 2008

    it used to turn off randomly and then turn on in seconds to 1/2 min. now it doesn't turn on at all



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Buy a new TV.

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Likely a bad power supply. If it uses the same PS as the L6 it's part # is adp-60cf. The PS is used in numerous vizio models including the p42. Check the output plug on the PS, pins 1 & 2 should be 16V, and 3 & 4 are ground. There is also a slo-blow fuse soldered onto the board very close to the AC in plug.

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