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Today my big TV broke.  Bad.  Blew a bunch of capacitors on the main board.

 

But don't worry, it's happened before.  Feb 3, 2007.  The day before SB XLI.  Which we won.

 

And this shall be a sign unto you.

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Ok, I'm in. I just smashed my plasma!

This guy is committed to the cause. 

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Today my big TV broke.  Bad.  Blew a bunch of capacitors on the main board.

 

But don't worry, it's happened before.  Feb 3, 2007.  The day before SB XLI.  Which we won.

 

And this shall be a sign unto you.

Too early sir...too early.

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Is it a case of the Flux capacitor again? I thought we were done with back to the future, Doc :)

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Today my big TV broke.  Bad.  Blew a bunch of capacitors on the main board.

 

But don't worry, it's happened before.  Feb 3, 2007.  The day before SB XLI.  Which we won.

 

And this shall be a sign unto you.

 

 

:worthy:

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Today my big TV broke.  Bad.  Blew a bunch of capacitors on the main board.

 

But don't worry, it's happened before.  Feb 3, 2007.  The day before SB XLI.  Which we won.

 

And this shall be a sign unto you.

 

i was excited, then disappointed when i opened the thread. i thought you were announcing you were putting your old site back up. i miss it!

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PLEASE let it be a sign!

 

It is a sign - probably an overvoltage condition, or faulty wiring.  Have the power company or an electrician check it out!

 

If you had just blew a fuse, or tripped a breaker, now THAT would have been a sign.

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