I have a Panasonic HDTV TC-P55GT31 that just went off. 120 Volt power is good. No red blinking lights or anything????

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The power supply has bad capacitors or a blown fuse. Better leave the repair to someone that knows what to do - ask a friend or take the TV to a repair shop. The capacitors cost less than a dollar (the last one i replaced on a 28" monitor was 15 cents) but the repair is usually expensive.
 

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The power supply has bad capacitors or a blown fuse. Better leave the repair to someone that knows what to do - ask a friend or take the TV to a repair shop. The capacitors cost less than a dollar (the last one i replaced on a 28" monitor was 15 cents) but the repair is usually expensive.
 
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