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Is there an issue(s) I can check for?

The nearest repairman is 45 miles away, and no means large enough to transport this tv. Can you suggest anything I can look/test for in order to diagnose this problem. I have the other resistors from panasonic and new IC modules(OEM). Can you advise where to look?

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Since I only have this posting to go on, I don't know your original problem. Can you update this please. Armed with that info, I should be able to give you some details about possible repair solutions.


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Have you checked the manual

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