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Picture flashes slowly off and on

When tv is turned on picture flashes slowly off and on,then more rapidly,then stops for a while.

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I had the same problem, if you have a bit of electrical experience and soldering, you connect diodes from R,G,B out to IK in on main board...let me know if you are interested.

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