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Hitachi 51F510 While watching TV there is periodically a very loud 'pop', then the screen goes black for 1/2 a second. The picture returns and everything is fine until the problem repeats itself, usually in about thirty minutes.

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Same problem but mine goes black for long periods. Menu prompts still available and volume "meter" on screen is still visible. Have rerouted cable, changed outlets, all to no avail.

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