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Tv wont turn on

I turned off the tv now it wont come back on and has a thin green line crossed the middle of the tube. no sound out of speakers only a clicking noise from the rear of the set

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Hi There!

Sounds to me like a frame collapse. Not familiar with this model though. My guess would be that the frame IC is faulty. This could be from over voltage from the supply side, Line Transformer which is arcing or just a general vertical amp failure. I would try replacing the caps in the power supply first and then the IC. Cheap enough to try. If all else fails refer to a repair technician. The Line Stage may be at fault. Good Luck, JUS004

Posted on Feb 26, 2008

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