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hello you may to check the glass fuse inside the tv it will be in the power supply if it's black in colour it's blown make sure you put in the same rated fuse back in the value will be at the end of the fuse or on the fuse holder on the power supply board but beware if it blows again then you have a dead short inside the tv someware good luck
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I don't know if this will help you but I just experienced a similiar problem with a sony kp-53s35. It turns out that a fluid leaked out of a rubber boot on one of the guns( I have no idea what the fluid is or why it is corrosive), down to a circuit board and started to desolve a jumper wire. when it had eaten away enough of the wire, the residue or solution was conductive enough to cause an arc to a ground bus bar that ran along the circuit board. The TV still worked but would crack and pop like firecrackers inside. I was able to increase the distance to the ground source by bending the bar away. Then I scraped and scrubbed the board with contact cleaner to remove residue and replaced jumper wire. Has worked fine since.