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Ballast Board! Go to Encompass Parts Distr online find out what your Part# is! or Call 1-800-638-3328 also try UED 1-800-648-6657 This TV has alot of fuses over 20 of them!You didnt say have you replaced Lamp thats what goes first 9/10 unless you get power surge or Bad capacitors on the power supply Board caps are bad if they are puffed up on top 1000uf25v caps!

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CRT stands for cathode Ray Tube (picture tube) which just needs a new seal which is minor. You will need to replace your board the other site I work for has new RCa circuit boards. I am including a pic of part 264102 thats not the board where the power cord enters.But let me know if this is the board or not and I will post pics of the other boards in that chassis.492f279.jpg

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You have bad capacitors in the power supply that took out the regulator, or the ballast circuit is defective. Not really a repair for the novice. Good Luck

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