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No video - Blinking code 5

Hi - My seven year old 53HS10 went blank the other day - that is - no video, but audio is fine. The red light blinks five times after about 30 seconds. According to the service manual, this indicates a video board problem. Any chance of repairing this fault inexpensively?!

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Yes im a tech unknown business i cant say what business or my name could lose my job but her you go, Fix the blinking light code 5 blinks turn down your picture vivid and your contrast ive makde plent of money fixing this issue for the company.

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