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Hi you will probably find it very difficult to get the parts for that make of telly did the repair shop look inside the telly or did they just turn you away when they see what make it was. The problem your having could be one of a couple of things. The first thing to check would be the internal fuse only check this if you have nothing at all coming on not even the standby light. If the standby lights on then the fault would be in the high voltage part of the board. I have looked everywhere for the schematics for your telly and have been unable to locate one on line. The place to start looking for the problem if you are able to look yourself but only do this if you ahev some experiance in this kind of thing else you could damage the telly further. If the fuse is blown you could change this first but if it is blown you need to find out what has caused it to blow. You will probably find that it could be the power relay transformer that the power lead goes into inside the telly this is the most likely problem because if this was fine then you would at least have the standby light on as you dont then it probably is this. It could even be a resistor or transistor around this part that has gone these will also need testing but without schematics you would be guessing so that would be the first thing to do is locate schematics i have looked and not found any yet but will keep looking for you will let you know. As for parts if you can get the part number off the part thats gone then you might be able to source one using search engine but you will need to get the part number, this would be on schematics also. If you arenot able to repair this yourself but can get the part number and source the parts yourself then repair shop should fit them for you. Ill have another look now for schematics and also see if i can source any parts for your make and model ill get back to you soon ok
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Your vertical coupling capacitor is going bad, without a schematic you don't know which cap this is. Might I suggest that you get a schematic from the vendor or from one of the site on the web that carry schematics. To fix this problem you need to know which cap is the vertical coupling capacitor.