Question about Televison & Video
Unplug the power cable and let the tv rest, so to drain power.
This basic reset can fix minor problems.
Try first unplugging for ten minutes, then eventually leave it few hours.
Test also all cables at the back, possibly do first test on tv restarting it with no device attached.
If you still get all blue screen after that then there is a fault.
The lamp or crts, and ballast board are to exclude, the PSU is also unlikely the problem, the TV would have detected the fault and started protect mode.
It is probably a fault concerning main digital control board, or depending on model, DMD board or light engine.
If the TV does not restart and stays in standby, that is because the fault had been detected, and TV is on protect mode.
In that case you may need a technician to test and replace parts.
Try unplugging the TV for a while first.
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