Question about LG 32LK330 TV
You have an issue with either capacitors or the inverter unit inside the TV. This is common with LCD monitors / TV's.
If you feel confident and competent enough, take apart the TV and check the capacitors on the power board. Some may look "blown" (bulging out at the top) and will need to be replace liked for like. Worst case it will need a new inverter which will cost around £20 at most.
I've fixed 100's with the same symptoms.
Posted on Dec 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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