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Cool temps cause my t.v. to not turn on

When temps inside my house drop to around 65.f my t.v.wont turn on. The led on the front shows a steady flashing pattern. I can take my hairdryer and concentrate air on the left side(looking from the back) on the metal encased board(mounts vertical and has a led on it inside) for about 2 minutes the led on the board will start to flash then go out.,then the led on the front will go out. i then have to push the reset button,then the t.v will come on. (cold solder joint?),(normally you can hear a relay close when you push the power button,but when this occurs,nothing This t.v is 4 yrs old used daily,problem occured virtually overnight

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There are six capacitors on the DM board 1000uF 16 v that go bad, repace them with 680uF 16 v. 105C. the capacitors are clustered together. on the DM board the DM board is the board that is enclosed in the metal box. the repair is not an easy one so have a tech help you. this is a known problem.

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