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Why isn't my TV turning on? LN52B750U1F

I attempted to plug my computer into the TV via MiniHDMI > HDMI port.

As soon as I hit detect on my computer for a new monitor, the Television started to flicker, then went completely black. Now it is completely unresponsive. As soon as I plug the TV back in the red light on the front turns on and then nothing. No response to hitting the power button on the TV or on the remote.

Did my TV break because I tried to plugin an HDMI cable?

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Why isn't my TV turning on? LN52B750U1F

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Why isn't my TV turning on? LN52B750U1F

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I have contacted Samsung. I'm 8 months out of my warranty so they won't honor it however they did say this.

"Nothing you plug into your TV should harm it" (In context she meant nothing I try to use the TV as a monitor for should harm it. If it wasn't going to work "It wouldn't display anything but should continue to work."

I've got a tech coming on saturday, but I'm not sure how excited I am about that considering the "most" it will cost me is half the cost of purchasing the TV. I'll update once the tech lets me know what happened.

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TV is fixed

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I was able to get the TV repaired, turned out to be the main board that needed to be replaced.

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