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Buzzing sound on Vizio Plasma TV

When I turn on a fairly new Vizio Plasms TV I hear a buzzing sound ang get no picture. Any ideas out there??

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Likely supply failure or shorted pannel driver. u should be able to unplug the pannel boards from the power supply. if the buzzing stops than its the pannel boards otherwise its supply.

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