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I am not sure, but I think that chassis is the one that has the little stand-by regulator transistor that is notorious for burning out. When that happens there is no stand-by power to the microprocessor and the set will not turn on. This is a very easy problem to fix but the set should be serviced by a qualified tech familiar with that chassis.