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If it is a LCD TV, there are illuminators behind the LCD panel, either power to those or bulbs are faulty, if no picture at all it is more than likely a power supply problem, need to replace the power supply.
'Panel Config. SOS' is the fault. If you wish to get more details about blinking codes to Samsung Plasma TVs, check the site linked here.http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Pull up previous posts there, either by type
in the Brand name to your set in its search box, or view it in Mosaic /
Timeslide / Flipcard option.
Commonly for plasma tv's if the screen went out,,the problem will be the CATHODE RAY TUBE,it is costly to buy.if you want you can buy it,,or it may be the D-board problem will be also,,, but it is unusual,so check the tube.
hey Adam i have a samsung that has been doing that.it would come on then after a few minutes the picture would go ou but the sound still worked.i found that one of the connectors that plugs into the LCD board had a broken solder joint were it connects to the back lighting .just unplug your lcd connections if its bad you'll know it because it will come out.