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42 in lcd vizio "no signal"

Just last night my vizio "broke". When I turn it on, it says "no signal" on a blue screen and then 5 seconds later the tv turns off.

I saw where you mentioned that it is the main board.

When can I get a new one and what is the price range? Is it easy to install?

Can there be any other diagnosis for my TV? Like a cable or something?

Thank you. Vizio 50" Plasma HDTV. Turned on one morning and no signal appeared on screen. Called Technical Support and they said it would cost $650.00 to fix! The TV is only 18 months old! We did not purchase additional warranty.

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    My Vizio 42" Plazma started flickering a couple of days ago. Have found that if I turn the set off for a couple of minutes the set will be fine for a while and will start with the flickering again. It seams like it could be a over heating issue with a componant,any info would be appreciated. 15 months old.

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If the TV have a no signal sign which means most of the important part is missing. Try checking your connections. The best way is to hook up a dvd player using AV input (the yellow, red and white). make sure that you turn the device on and whatever input you connected the device to is selected. if your TV is a P50HDM model, the TV will shut itself off after a short period without and input connected.

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