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No picture My video is gone. It stopped working with no warning. I have audio and can change the channels. I can play a dvd, but just get a blank screen. I have tried unhooking cables and repowering. help! I have tried also switching some cables around.

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Sounds like the backlight failed for whatever reason. Up close with a flashlight can you see a pic?? If so, Id's suspect a fuse in the backlight panel or the panel itself...

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