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Every time i turn on the 22 lcd technika tv the screen flashes up normal then the screen goes off and can't see anything

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Is the bulb still lit? Have you checked power to the ballast with a volt meter to see if power is going to bulb and ballast? You can check power coming from power supply or high voltage transformer to the main board with a voltmeter as well. You could likely have bad capacitor or transformer but those will need to be tested with an ohmmeter in the ohm setting to check for continuity

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