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Question DetailsAsked on 1/12/2020

Hi I have a question....I Have a Vizio e500ar. Our tv is no longer operational after a large lightening strike.

We had a lightning storm and a big strike happened near our house. After that the the tv stopped working. It won’t cut on and doesn’t have any lights. It was plugged in a power strip, but the other things on the power strip were still working and so is the power strip itself. The tv was connected to both the antenna and satellite dish. We have another tv connected to the antenna and it is working fine and we also have an additional tv connected to the dish and it’s fine. We were even able to connect the dish Box (the hopper) to a new tv we had in the shed. It at first didn’t work, but we then realized that the hdmi cord from the dish box to the tv was no longer working either. We got the av cords from the Joey in the other room and connected it to the tv from the shed since we didn’t have another hdmi cord. It’s now working with the new tv but the old tv still won’t cut on. Any tips?

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