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Old 12-27-2010, 01:00 PM   #1
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Water Leak!

I Have a 2004 National Dolphin, I had water come in from the roof and it saturated the front TV and surrounding cabinet. Now the TV is not working! There is power because I have checked. Has this happened to anyone else and will my TV ever work again? I have plans to upgrade to a flat panel but I not at this point!!
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I Have a 2004 National Dolphin, I had water come in from the roof and it saturated the front TV and surrounding cabinet. Now the TV is not working! There is power because I have checked. Has this happened to anyone else and will my TV ever work again? I have plans to upgrade to a flat panel but I not at this point!!
I would guess that if you tried powering on the TV while it was still wet, it's toast. If you let it dry COMPLETELY before applying power, you may have a chance that's it OK. If it's an old tube TV, now's the time to upgrade
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