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Samsung TXN2745FP Our TV just stopped working altogther. It will not turn on. We have tried other outlets, but nothing happens when we push the power button or use the remote to try and turn it on. We have had no problems befor this so we are baffled why it will not work all of a sudden.

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  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2009

    The TV shut down. there is no longer a lit red LED which would indicate a power supply problem. I switched cord to a known good supply. No change. Is there a reset button or fuse?

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1 your power must have failed get it checked. 2 there might be problen in horizontal section.

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