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Philips 17pf8946/37 has no video

Has no video only a white pinkish screen and sound

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Phillips LCD TV 17PF8946/37, has no picture at all on the screen, even menu and channel #s not showing in the screen. The screen just have blue color. Everything is working like switch & video. Please let me know what parts need to be replaced and where can I order the parts.

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