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I have a 4 month old Model WD-73736 tv that is nonresponsive

I have a 4 month old Model WD-73736 tv that is not powering on. I have tried unplugging for several minutes, and have used the system reset button numerous times...still no response from tv. Can someone please help?

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I'd take it back!  it's obviously defective.  TV's are supposed to last longer than 4 months!

Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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