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try moving the antenna around as it is the most common problem where i reside and most of the time when people buy a new TV with an antenna, they have to set it up where it can catch proper network.............or if that doesn't work then i prefer that you take your TV to a technician to check out the fuses.
This tv have a circuits section call the Deflection board and it is dead,it could be burn any parts of the electronic components on this area.The buzzing sound u hear is the FBT-The high voltage Flyback Transformer have it high voltage current have no where to go,the FBT it could be dead also.This tv can't be done any quick fixes.Must hire a Tv Tech. have to troubleshoot and find out which eclectronic components are dead and require replacing on the tv Deflection sections circuitries of the board.
Hi,it sounds like a light engine problem.Lcd Technology uses 3 chips blue,green and red that create the image ,when they start to fail color discoloration will occur.If it's an Dlp pay attention to sounds of buzzing,whirling and high pitch sounds because it could be your colro wheel.
Hi i do a lot of projector tvs. there are a few things it could be i will give cost prices to.
1 it could be high voltage problem flyback cost is 395.00
2 you have audio so tuner is working ok and cable feed ok
3 it could be power supply or horz problem that part to servicer is only 25.00 they charge 200.00
4 it could be your high voltage spliter common with this problem cost plus parts 195. to 295 the high voltage splitter only costs the servicer 45.00 dollars and they are easy to put in sometimes
but you do need a qualified person to do it . There is high voltage
and you have t be careful
to sum it up .you are not getting high voltage to turn tubes on or a weak signal . my guess with out looking at it is hv splitter
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It could be a high voltage transformer. The serial number won't help me locate the part, but there should be a part number on it. Anyways, this could be the transformer on it's way out. When they are on their way out, sometimes they will amplify the noise through the system and buzz through the speakers too. If you find a part number, check it out on partstore.com to see what a replacement would cost.