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Syvania 32 in. srt2232x

There was lines in the screen and then went snowy and then went off there was a hising sound when the power was off then was unplug and pluged back in and the hissing sound was gone

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Sounds bad im afraid. If its worth it your best to take to a repair shop. If not it might be a gonner

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