SCART & HDMI LEADS BOTH CARRY SOUND & PICTURES SO IF YOU HAVE A BREAK INSIDE THE CABLE YOU CAN LOSS SOUND AND STILL HAVE PICTURE.OR THE OTHER WAY AROUND..SOMETIMES PEOPLE DUST ROUND THERE TVS AND KNOCK THE CABLES CHAIN-SAWS SOLUTION WAS HELPFUL, ITS FOR FREE.TAKE IT TO A REPAIR SHOP YOU TIGHT *** GIT.FEEL SO SORRY FOR YOUR WIFE LIVING WITH YOU.
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If this set has a cable box, satellite box or even a receiver hooked up to it remove power from them and the set for a while and power back to see if a reboot cures this issue.
short of that someone who is willing and knows how to check things is going to have to look inside and test things, repair if not what I have suggested consists of replacing boards which can either fix the set or not and gets expensive.
Hi This is most probably down to your Y Sustain board, This is
situated on the left hand side of your TV when the back is removed,
rectangular in shape about 11" by 5-6" Look for the part number on the
board and google for a replacement. The main cause of this is the
module that blows under the big heat sink, this can be replaced but i
would not advise if you do not have surgery soldering and de-soldering
skills!! Try these guys for a replacement LCD and Plasma TV spares
Since you smell it above one side of the panel I will guess the right side (from the front). This is where the Y Sustain board is located, it has large heatsinks over the drive ic's to dissapate heat. If the ic's are bad this is more than likely the smell. This board controls the scan of the picture and drives the plasma panel. I would definatly have a technician look at the unit, these are normaly econimical to repair.