Question about Sharp Televison & Video
There are three things that generally cause this problem on this specific model, the power board, main board, or the backlights ( there are 10 small diameter lamps behind the lcd screen). Probably not the main board in most cases, I would first check/replace the power supply board. Unless you are electronically inclined, you should not attempt to check or try to replace the possible parts that have failed. A qualified technician should be called in this case and if under warranty, then you should use that to it's full benefit or try to return it for a new one depending on the age of this tv from when you bought it.
Make sure if you do try to replace anything or check anything yourself that you have the power unplugged before doing so as their are high voltages in tv sets that can hurt you. Let me know how this works out for you.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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