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I put a new chip in to solve shrinking and expand screen.When I went to turn the TV on I got nothing. The light is on in the front but have no sound or audio.Everything is connect.Model# 9P5531 C102, Serial# 28799697.
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Put the old chip back in...does the shrinking/expanding problem return? If so the new chip may be faulty. 

If the problem stays the same - no audio/video  - check your soldering, cables, etc. 

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