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Toshiba 50H50: No picture or sound, red light blinks

I took this tv to a local repair shop that a friend of the family owns. His service tech told me that it needs a new power supply board and has an intermittent problem. Is there somewhere I can buy this board used or from an online dealer for cheap?

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Re: Toshiba 50H50: No picture or sound, red light blinks

On alot of these Toshiba TV sets, there is a fuse called F860 that will blow and the light will flash because of bad solder connections on C 810, and C 809, on the negitave terminal. I have seen many of these boards condemed by non-authorized Toshiba repair shops. Good Luck

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