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Red lines and turns off and stand by light stays on

I have taken the red tub out and replaced it and made all put all da plugs in and now when i turn it on i see red lines and then it turns off when i look at all the light they all light up but before the red didnt now it does and it still wont stay on. what els can i do or replace wat is my problem

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You are going to need a service manual to trouble shoot your set. You can get one at the folloeing link along with online support.

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