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Olevia LT27HV The flat screen that I have has shut down and now will not power up. Is there some kind of internal circiut breaker that may of tripped or is it time for a new one. Its not even two years old

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  • masterzeek Nov 19, 2007

    Same thing happened to me. I just came home and it stopped working.

  • franniet Nov 28, 2007

    We came home and the tv just won't power up. Can't get to do anything? Help anyone.

  • rvcrew Nov 29, 2007

    Thanks for the information but we had a tv repairman come in and the whole power supply was shot. You could see the burned capacitors on the board. We are getting a price on the board and will let everyone know what the cost is. Again thanks for your help.



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Tv has a fuse inside

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