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Hi, I'm having problems with my LG LCD TV's power. I turned it off and went away for about 5-10 minutes and came back later. There was still power in the tv because the light was red. I pressed power and the red light went away but the blue light that's supposed to replace it never came. I tried putting the plug in a different outlet and that doesn't work either. I checked the plug and it is plugged in correctly. I even tried a different plug from a working tv and that didn't help either. Please Help.

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Hi, I'm having problems with my LG LCD TV's power. I turned it off and went away for about 5-10 minutes and came back later. There was still power in the tv because the light was red. I pressed power and the red light went away but the blue light that's supposed to replace it never came. I tried putting the plug in a different outlet and that doesn't work either. I checked the plug and it is plugged in correctly. I even tried a different plug from a working tv and that didn't help either. Please Help.


See my post here
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1491809/most-common-lcd-led-plasma-tv-repair

Just fixed a $500.00 LCD PC monitor $6.00 worth of capacitors . same symptom .

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