Question about Televison & Video
Your problem is caused by a power supply issue it sounds like a capacitor is leaking or has vented and will need to be replaced if your comfortable you could check the power board for a can shaped electroletic cap that has vented it will be puffed up on the top the value is printed on the side you can or have someone replace it that should take care of your problem the power board is the one where the AC cord plugs to or leads to
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
Replace your power supply board!
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