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Emerson pl-p42w-10a turns on for 2-4 seconds then screen blinks off, the sound continues wihout the screens picture. it annoying. i connected to the DVD afterwards, I got the same results. It is like as if the screen saver/timer were stuck on the unit.

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If you still have this tv lmk i have the same and need a replacement screen.( or i could sell you parts to fix yours)

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