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Will not power on

Problem started with tv shutting down by itself and then unable to turn back on. after extended time, the same problem occurred. now when the tv power button is pressed it flashes green 2-3 times and then nothing, including no picture or sound. approx. price for this fix? any help is appreciated. thanks

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2008

    my proyetion tv turn off by it selve and i have not been able to turn it back on i can only hear this pich noise inside i have the power botton on in green color but nothing alse




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Check high voltage power supply ,the sound its making sounds like high voltage leak

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This could be a number of probs. needs to be ck'd by a tv tech can usually be repaired for a few hundred bucks suggestions..audio ic,convergence ic,signal board or power module..note these parts are pricey so trouble shoot to correct part. John

Posted on Sep 11, 2007

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