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Unless you are familiar with board level soldering, it would be a relatively expensive repair. The convergence chipset has more than likely gone bad and may have taken a couple diodes with it as well. The average repair could be between 300-400. It's mostly time your paying for. However, if you would like to get involved in board level work, the parts would run under 100. The problem is without the correct diagnostic tools, your efforts may or may not pay off. If you wish to continue and repair this set, post a comment and I will look up the parts for you that will most likely need replaced. Hope this helps
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