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Flicking standby my samsung sp42w5hfx starts of with the standby flicking than tv gos on than gos off and the standby starts flicking again

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    thanks you do u know how much this could cost

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Power supply is developing a problem sustaining voltage regulation and is programmed to shut down. Or it could be a bad OP-Amp on the interface board that's not closing when voltage is applied. Your tv needs servicing. You can send it too us or at your local tv repair shop for proper troubleshooting and repair.

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