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Can turn on to red light and get blue light, but no picture

The TV turns on to red light (standby) then powers to blue light (on) but still can't get picture or sound. Checked the fuse next to the power cord, but without out it there is no standby or on light at all.

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The mainboard needs to be replaced

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