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Bad picture around the edge

My picture started to go bad around the edges. lines and real graine. Now it has started to turn its self off and then 10 sec. latter back on while we are watching it. When i turn it off it sounds like it powers down but the green light on the top comes back on.

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I'm not quietly sure...but sounds like you have much bad caps...I'll try to find out more...

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