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Pluged tv in made apop and now will not work at all its a 37 inch scott flat screen

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The bulb may have blown or you may have blown something on the board.

Either way, the TV is broken and not likely to be worth repairing. 37" LCD TVs sell for under $500 regular price.

Good luck!

Posted on Mar 10, 2011

  • wmcot Sep 20, 2011

    The BULB???? There is no "bulb" in this TV. Most likely a capacitor blew up in the power supply.

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