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Pat I do not know if you have a warranty you were required to retain the receipt from the store for the length of the warranty period to prove you have one ,also it is a good idea to register with the company on their website so they have a record of your tv and model, with your name and therefore the warranty they have included if any.LCD tv's are one of the most unsupported mass marketing consumer items that are being dumped on the US market. I think you have Blown capacitors, or more likely a problem with the power board, typically this requires soldering new capacitors onto the power board after unsoldering the blow ones and if this is all the problem is the issue will disappear, if there is an issue with a transformer, or some diode or computer chip then you might as well replace the whole power board. the capacitor issue is no big deal if you can get an electronics service center to look at the problem.
I am having the same problem. If I play with the power button on the back it will come on sometimes. I was looking for a solution here but looks like I will have to take it apart and check for loose solder joints.