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When tv is turned on green light comes on then goes to standby

I ahve a Pioneer SD-532HD5 53 in. tv. whenever the tv is turned on the green light will come on for a few seconds the goes to green. i replaced all of the fuses because i found that one was blown but even with the new fuses it does the same thing. there is a little red light on the power board labled J817 ( HI. DEF ASSY PD) that comes on and makes a high pitch ringing sound. does anyone know what i can do to fix this?

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Had the same problem on mine.
Found loose solder terminals on the main power transformer, resoldered fixed it up about 5 min.

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