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SP42w5 problem There are thin red wavy lines all over the screen. The red bulb is flickering. Does this mean that the bulb needs to be changed? Will it be expensive to fix

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Sounds like a logic main board, but first check all the cables inside to make sure they all are seated good, price for the board and labor will probably run around $350.00

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