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Could be the main board power capacitors. You can pull the back of the TV off and look, you should be able to see them with the rear panel removed. If the back\top of them looks popped out then they're bad and need replaced.

If they're leaking liquid they need replaced. Also make sure to use gloves when replacing the bulbs, oils from your skin can cause hot spots and make the bulbs burn out quicker.

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