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TV powers up, but the picture won't come up. TV then trips back off.

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  • clmolhusen Mar 15, 2009

    TV powers up, but the picture won't come up. TV powersoff again. I checked the fuse on the circuit board and it is fine. I noticed one component on the board looked to be over heating - labeled R7013. Can someone tell me what it will take to repair this and how to do it myself? Does the whole board have to be replaced? I don't see myself soddering on parts? What would a ballpark cost be?

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Check out the fuse on the main boasrd of the tv.if that is perfect then its the problem of  ic number 432 on the main board thats getting overheated. it needs replacement.

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