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Snap, crackle, pop

When plugged in there is no picture, after about 30sec hdtv led comes on. television makes electrical noises? any idea about what the problem might be? Is this fixable by a novice?

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Re: Snap, crackle, pop

No you need a qualified technician! you have defective power supply in oscillation circuit... and i think thats capacitor.

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