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Flashing when first turning on

When first turning unit on screen flashes and then straightens out.Is this a bulb problem or does anyone have any solutions

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The only thing I would look for is a capacitor that is raised on the top of it: suppose to be flat; and I would look for fluid leaks out of a bad capacitor. Look in the power supply board that takes in the power cord. Hope this helps

Posted on Dec 29, 2007

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It definately could be having a problem.

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