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WD 52725 won't accept INPUTS

After replacing the bulb, my set won't accept any input sources. No DVD player, No Xbox 360 no nothing. I just get the tell-tale blue screens when I change the inputs. I've read conflicting accounts on how to do a system restor or reset so I can't say I've been successful with one. I've tried thje "A/V RESET" button on the front for each input without success. Any help will be greatly appreciatted. Thanks!

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The most probable cause are the capacitors have failed on the terminal 1 and terminal 2 PWBs or the signal PWB

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