Question about ESA PDP4294LV1 42 in. EDTV-Ready Plasma TV

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Tv has great sound, no picture. it just flashes with color burst

This is a pdp4294lv1. all inputs supposedly work for video, but just continuously flashes intensively sometimes.

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