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Old 08-20-2015, 10:10 PM   #1
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My tv just went out, checked the fuse box and everything looks ok. The plug red light is out so either the plug is bad or the socket is bad. Anyone have a solution? Thanks.
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Old 08-20-2015, 10:26 PM   #2
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My tv just went out, checked the fuse box and everything looks ok. The plug red light is out so either the plug is bad or the socket is bad. Anyone have a solution? Thanks.
What "plug red light"? Are you talking about the red LED for the antenna signal amplifier"?
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Yes the red light on the amplifier plug.
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Or are you plugged into a ground fault plug with a reset button and light on it? Check all plugs for any that have a reset button. Usually near kitchen and in bathroom. They often control other plugs.
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My tv just went out, checked the fuse box and everything looks ok. The plug red light is out so either the plug is bad or the socket is bad. Anyone have a solution? Thanks.
Did you try re-seating power the plug. Mine has come loose more than once?
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Old 08-21-2015, 07:13 AM   #6
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I feel dumb asking this but where is the power plug?
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Old 08-21-2015, 07:43 AM   #7
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I did reseat the power plug but no luck. Maybe a bad plug?
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I did reseat the power plug but no luck. Maybe a bad plug?
You might find a replacement 12V plug at Bestbuy or Radio Shack. I would try that first.
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I'm confused are you running the TV on 12V or 110V ? If 12V did you pull the fuses out to check it ??? . If on 110V trip the breaker on /off to make sure they are reset. Also as has been mentioned be sure to reset the 110V GFCI outlet buttons.In the bath and kitchen. Plug something else into the outlet does it work?? I doubt that the outlet or the plug are bad.
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I checked the fuse didn't see a breaker for the tv but checked all of the breakers seemed fine. Plug the power cord into the car and the red .light didn't come on so I think it maybe the power plug.
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