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No Picture with sound

Sharp AQUOS LC32GA8E the tv is connected with a sky box, dvd and vcr, when the tv is turned on the picture will display for a few seconds then go off, after tkaing the scart connection out and putting back in a number of times the picture will come on, however this is taking longer and longer each time.

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  • kreutzer99 Apr 09, 2009

    I have the same problem. How do I fix it? replace the backlight lamp?



  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2009

    tv has a good peacture and in 1 minute the lamp go off put it on and same problem

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Sounds like you have a bad panel. This ussually happens when a backlight lamp has gone bad and the inverter board senses this and sends a signal to turn the backlight off.

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