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Samsung TV won't turn on

Samsung LCD TV suddenly stopped working. Now won't turn on. Power light keeps flashing.

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  • deluxesurpri Mar 31, 2009

    When the tv wouldn't turn on, we decided to unplug it. Then when we plugged it back in it made a loud screech. HELP!!

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