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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Your tv has a faulty power supply board also called SOS-P board. Take of the back panel and look for any obvious defects. Start by checking the capacitors for cracked/swollen/leaky capacitors. If the tops of the capacitors are not flat then it indicates that the components are faulty. If you find any you should replace them with exactly the same values. Ex: 40v,1000mF
If you don't find any a component level repair might still be possible so if you are skilled in electronics and know how to use a meter you can start by downloading a service manual. Unfortunately I don't have one for this model but you can download it from the link below
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Posted on Jan 22, 2010
Google the model number with 3 blinks or error codes and you should find it.
Posted on Dec 08, 2012
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