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No picture or sound

HP PL5060N...model #CPTOH-0603...product #EK430AA

one blue light on back of tv is lit when tv is plugged in...other blue light goes on and off every 7 seconds or so...tv never gets to intializing screen anymore...also no sound

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    sounds good...just need to find one now?!

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You seem to be having the same problem many others are having, you have a power supply issue on your main board. the blue light indicates that your gettin power to the supply module ,hoever that supply chip is not allowing it to give the designed voltage to the main board. if you are comfortable with soldering companants on a circuit board then just go and get the part for your set at a electronics supply shop and install the new part yourself. if your not electronic savy then i suggest having a tech repair the set for you. it's not a main board problem so the costs should be minimal....please rate the solution....thanks

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You can have a whole bunch of things causing this problem. Do you know how to use a volt meter? If so we can do some troubleshooting but if not you will need to contact a local service center for repair. Let me know

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Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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It sounds to be the problem of the fuse .

Replace fuse in your tv will solve the problem .




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Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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