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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I dont know if this will help anyone....but I opened the TV up and found a blown fuse right wherer the power cable connects. I replaced the fuse and while doing so noticed alot of dust and what seemed like part of a spider web. I got a can of compressed air and cleaned it up. Once I put in the new fuse the TV worked perfectly.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
Push the power button and the action button on the tv set until it shuts itself off and this will reset your tv. You cannot use the remote to reset...must use the actual tv buttons on the television set.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
Well, Everything said on this site is true. I recently had a breakdown on the same type of TV and through this site and the comments left, I was able to repair my tv for less than $50. (Extra cost for upgrading my soldering iron that wasn't getting hot enough) It was amazing. The feeling when the tv powered up and stayed on. Credit goes to Howard and Chris Palmer for their comments. It is possible. You just have to commit and do it. Its not as hard as you might think. Thanks guys.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
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