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Unable to change any settings, volume, channel, AV input etc

Good picture & audio on HDMI input but suddenly unable to change anything either manualy or using the remote.
Power supply already replaced over 12 months ago after experiencing known power-on problems and worked fine until recently.
Again, good picture and audio, but unable to adjust anything except on/off.
Greatly appreciate any assistance offered.
My sincere thanks
John

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  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2009

    tv power just turns on and off will not stop was working fine till i changed input

  • Anonymous Feb 18, 2009

    Hello tech 1819
    Thank you for answering.
    Is the board you refer to the "CPU board part number 667-L32K5N-56I ?
    If so I can only either find it on back order or in the price range of $600 to $800.

  • Anonymous Apr 20, 2009

    Unable to change any settings

  • mak6875 Apr 21, 2009

    set will only turn off and on. How did you resolve your issue?

  • pilierp May 12, 2009

    Only the power button on the remote control and the power button on the TV works; nothing else.  Is the only solution to change the main board or is there a simple fix?

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You have a defective main board. replace the main pcb

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