Question about Televison & Video
Thus problem sounds like you have some failed capacitors on the power supply circuitry. I have had this problem on an older TV and it was solved by replacing the popped caps. Do not try this repair yourself, unless you are confident you can do so safely! Also make sure that you unplug everything before poking around inside!
Posted on Mar 19, 2014
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