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Tv has sound, no picture besides menu options and volume control

I have an older tv and it went black the other day but i still have sound and the only graphics that show up are the menu options and the display.

sometimes it looks like it is almost going to start working but doesnt.

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You will need to have this repaired , it may only be a small component or two that are failing , but this does seem like one of the common component failures , testing and or research will need to be done

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