Question about Proton MM2701VT 27" TV
This sounds as if it could be a problem in the power supply section of this TV. Usually LCD TVs have problems with capacitors drying up and causing this type of issue. You can check this by opening the back of the TV and seeing if you can see any of the capacitors (can like components) that look bloated and or puffy (this is a sign that the capacitor was stressed for a period of time. Now as far as replacing the capacitors or even the board, I would suggest that this be done by a qualified TV Technician, due to the fact that there are procedures involved in the removal and replacement of parts that the technician would know of.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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