Question about Televison & Video
Check your aerial connection is OK. Then go into the setup menu of your TV and do a full channel scan. If it's the actual screen that's faulty, it will be the backlight. Try shining a torch into the screen when you turn it on to see if you can see any characters. If you can, it's definitely the backlight at fault. Either the tube or driver board if it's a cold cathode tube, or just the power if it's LED backlight.
To fix you will have to open the case, inspect components (check internal fuses first with a meter or buzzer). Check cables/connections.
Check socketed devices. CCFL/drivers spares on ebay.
Posted on May 28, 2014
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