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what kind of connection are you useing cable, dish, attena... and how do you have it connected ... direct connect from a cable box or threw a vcr also are you running coax cable or the colored audio video cables?
I would heat it up with a hairdryer and then get it extremely cold and see if the picture comes back while watching it. If it does, you most likely have a fractured solder connection somewhere in the set and it needs repaired. IF nothing changes then i suspect a board might have failed or worse yet, the LCD Panel or the video processing board. Also you might want to try all the inputs to see if any other one works. Does it have a VGA input? try and hook a computer up to it. Good luck Guru Jay