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Different colors flicker in the dark areas of the picture. When you change the channels during the time the screen should be dark you can see the flicker and then once the picture appears you can see it faint in the dark areas continue to flicker. Any help is appreciated.

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Plasma42 color flickers in and out and now its just snow,now its black screen. still have sound.please help me.. what board should i replace??

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