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Sound but no Picture on all inputs but the RF

I have a WD-52525 with sound but no video on the component, composite, svideo, hdmi. The only port I get a picture is the RF port. Any ideas what board this is? Where can I order parts for this TV. Please help

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Re: Sound but no Picture on all inputs but the RF

No its difficult to change any boards in this model (they're all package together in one module).

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