Question about Sony BRAVIA KDL-52W3000 52 in. LCD Television

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Get "double vision" after about 20 minutes of operation. Sometimes this goes away and it works fine again, but most times it doesn't. Repairman says its the panel and needs to be replaces, but that part costs more than my entire TV did new 2 years ago! I'm not so sure that's the problem? Sony customer service is NO HELP!

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Your service repairman is correct. The TCON (Timing Contol) board on the LCD panel is malfunctioning. This TCON board is not available by itself, only with the panel. Unfortunately, you don't have many options here. Best wishes.

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