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DC powered fine. AC Power intermittent

This set works fine with the DC power, but not with 110v AC.

Sometimes, when moving the set with it plugged in, AC will work.

Anybody found this "loose connection"

Thanx

Dave Shelley

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In order to find the connection, you will have to open up the tv carefully and follow the power supply in and probably a thin piece of metal will be broken and need to be resoldered back on. The broken piece will most likely be on or around the board.

Be careful when working on this because you could receive an electrical shock especially if you don't know what you are doing.

I would suggest letting the tv discharge overnight by unplugging it.

Please let me know if you need any further help or have any questions.

Thank you and good luck

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