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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a common problem on TV sets and it's very often caused by bad electrolytic capacitors (in the main power supply section, possibly elsewhere), so you may want to check these first.
Sometimes there will be visible damage - a bulged or blown out top on a capacitor - these need to be replaced, but sometimes a capacitor can be bad even if there's no visible damage to it and will require voltage measuring across it or paralleling it with a good one to see if it's bad or not.
It may as well be a problem with some other component, i just described one of the problems that often cause such a malfunction in TV sets.
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