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My lcd on stanby help

I have a problem my tv was working fine now when i turned it back on its stuck in standby. i was advised to change the PSU Board so i did but the problem is still there. the board was brandnew any more idea's before i place it on ebay ...LG RZ32LZ50 thank you stottey

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Se rompio la pantalla, donde puedo encontrar la refacción

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

Se rompio la pantalla, donde puedo encontrar la refacción

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