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Unusable signal on basic video out puts and no sound on any

I do not get a picture on any connection that goes through the basic video connections such as video1 or video2, also there in no sound on any channel. I do get a picture if i run the signal the the component video connection. I did shut of the tv and unplugged it for 20 minutes. Is there a fix for this problem?

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Sounds like a bad video (signal board) .Lots or problems with these on this model.Also, hard to replace.If in warranty find an experienced and authorized RCA service center.

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