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I work on computers but have experienced this first hand on my own TV.
You did the correct thing by unplugging the TV as soon as you detected a burn smell.
This would mean that a capacitor or logic board has blown and could have caused a fire.
You can probably take it in to have it repaired but you would be better off just purchasing a new TV because the repair is the same price, if not more.
To prevent this in the future, buy a brand new surge protector, as surge protectors are only good once.
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