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No turn on

I have the Hitachi 43FDX10B 2001. When the tweeping sound began I noticed there was no picture. This happens when I am turing the TV on. After awhile of this happening if I were to turn the tv ON then OFF at a
rapid pace the thing would come. That was ok for awhile but now the ON/OFF repeated action does not work anymore, so now all it does when I turn it on is tweep like a bird. I need help. Please. Someone give me the answer.

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  • vinnyi Mar 18, 2008

    i have the same problem

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Try unpluging convergence yoke and try turning on the set if still try looking at green lights and let me know wichone stays on ..

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