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Hello. You could be right in a way, but the larger tv's have more of a complex inverter. The way you can try to fix it yourself if you know what your doing, would be to download a manual for it. Google the model number along with download schematic. try this website to see if your schematic is available for free.http://www.eserviceinfo.com/ If not, then you can call toshiba and find out where to get one. After you receive it, then go through the troubleshooting steps to trace down the problem. If it turns out that it say is a defective power supply module or video module, you can google the module number and some times you can find them used. if not, you have to go directly to toshiba. Good luck ! Ron
Good day sir, that usually happens to my PC. I usually bring it to work and somehow doesnt work in the office. this is due to transportation jitters, some components seems to get dislodge or parts get disconnected, wires get tangled. Im afraid that there are parts inside your tv isnt fixed with screws well. the only way to solve this is to check the internal parts of the TV module by module. and locate the culprit. hope this helps. thanks
This sounds like a power supply problem. When they said that there are no parts available, I believe what they are saying is that they can not get the module for this set, which is very possible because some TV sets have modules that were made in bulk in Taiwan and shipped out as a one time only deal (sad but true). However, my question is did they try to troubleshoot the module to see if they could find the discreet component(s) that are causing the problem? In any event I would suggest taking it to another shop and having the trouble looked at to component level not board level.