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No picture i was watching my tv went to get a drink came back and had nothing no picture no sound no power what could it be

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  • Mattnangin Jan 06, 2009

    I also have this problem with my 53udx10B. We will be watching somthing and almost every couple of hours it just shuts off. So far it has always come back on. Please help!!

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Most likely IK04 & IK05 are bad. Also check small ohm resistors RK42 thru RK58.

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