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Old 06-29-2016, 10:22 PM   #1
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Tv issue.....

So about a month ago my 32" Samsung started acting funny. Wouldnt turn on, would freeze up etc. If it turned on the led would go on and i could see a black backlit screen. I took it out, before dumping it i plugged it at the house-works fine. In the meantime i brought my 42"-also Samsung. Worked.fine.for three weeks, now same thing is hapoening. Last weekend we had 33+ degrees here in the park, oh, forgot to mention im seasonal, so we had almkst all Tts in the park running ACs. I thought maybe there was too much draw. I just came to my tt, turned on, same thing is happening like with the ither one. Wtf? I put the meter to the leads, 119.8v.
Any other ideas? Trailer is 3 yeara old, all other electronics run fine, small 25" led tv in the bedroom works fine. Only this one in the main area is acting up. Im clueless. checked other receptacles, same voltage.
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