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Either your electrical outlet went dead or the power supply in your television went dead. Verify operation of the outlet by plugging a light or other known-working appliance in and, if that is working, unplug your television for a minimum of one hour, plug it back in, and test. If it still does not operate, it will require further service.
The dam main board the tv Tuner signal board was dying and now it is dead.Tv now still have power light LED indication it is on just no picture wright?Yes.This tv the Tuner signal board is it dead.Can u do some basic mechanical work like take thing aparts and putting it back together again?Yes,tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole refurbish tv Tuner signal board for the replacement.Or the shops will cost u a little more than half of a new tv to service by them,because this tv,the main board it is dead,not serviceable only replaced that it.
There is a board that manages the power going into your tv I would check around with local mom and pop tv reapir shops. The board is not expensive its the labor I am not sure where you live but I am sure there are local techs that work on flat panel tv's. They are pretty affordable these days. Most flat panel tv's are rated for 60,000 hrs as there life span. Hope that helps
i used to work on the warantee's for relysis from memory that was a deffo dead un we used to swap out on that fault im pretty certain its a dead processing board . . . sadly relysis uk went bust . . . .
We just experienced the same thing. My daughter was watching TV and it went dead. We could not get it to turn back on. I'm guessing that this model Sony TV had a 13 year life expectancy. I offered it to a local technician who refurbs and sells TVs, and he wasn't interested. He said he doesn't mess with anything over 10 years old because it's too hard to sell. We just went ahead and bought a new LCD HDTV. It's a shame though. If someone were able to fix the old TV, I'm sure a nursing home or non-profit facility could use it. Our only other option is to pay $15 to have it recycled.