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Philips 37pf7320a/37 picture issues.

Hello there. I have a philips flap panel LCD and when I left for work this morning the TV worked fine, came home about 8pm and went to turn on the set and green light came on but no picture. I have cycled thru all of my connections and can hear sound from every single input, (Xbox360, PS3, Cablebox) but they all show no picture. I dont have any blinking red lights and even tried the firmware update. Powered tv down and inserted the memorystick then powered up, sound cut off for a moment and saw green light on memory device flicker as if it were communicating with TV. Powered down after 10 min then powered back up and still only sound. If you have any idea what could possibly be the problem please help me out. Thank you for taking the time to read this and have a great day.

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The problem is the small signal board that is the video processor.

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