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Green light on the front that is it!!! no sound no pic.

This happen before and when i got home from work wife had fixed it with out tools!!! she is nolonger here so any help please!!!!! thanks

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Re: green light on the front that is it!!! no sound no...

I had the same issue. The screen would shrink and then expand over and over. After thrity minutes it would correct itself. 
After a few months of doing this it just broke - no sound and no videe but the power light was still on. 

I searched these forums but did not find clear instructions or kits on how to fix it. I gave up and called in a repair tech. He fixed my TV in less than 30 minutes. 

To help others I documented the fix and created a repair kit and step by step quide on how to fix the problem. You can find it here.

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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