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Dead LCD 1 mth out of the warranty and it died. When I plug it in, you can bearly hear a snap/crackle come from the speakers but thats all. No pic or sound. Has anyone experienced the same and what repair was required? If anyone has a service manual or a user manual in pdf format, can you send it to me? Thanks in advance

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  • Edward Garcia Jun 28, 2007

    just like the pic, it's a iLO V27DMBX LCD TV

  • Edward Garcia Jun 28, 2007

    just like the pic, it's a iLO V27DMBX LCD TV (not a plasma)



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What kind of LCD are you talking about?

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