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Picture snaps off, Sound still come through.

It's starting to increase in frequency. The unit works great. Picture looks fine. Until after being on a while, the TV will crackle and the screen goes black. The audio is not affected. Usually turning the power off for a minute will fix it, but even that is becoming a less reliable fix. What part(s) is going bad?

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A crackling sound could mean that the flyback's insulation has failed and it is arcing inside. If that is the case then it may stop working entirely pretty soon. Take it to a tech as soon as you can, the flyback is a pretty expensive part, however if it blows it can break the set to the point that repairs will not be worth it.

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