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It's from a bigger cousin of the 42'' TV mentioned here, but the principle is very much the same.
In my opinion one shouldn't bin a TV that can be fixed for a $30-$40 which is the cost of a replacement buffer board.
Of course there is a certain chance the problem might not be the buffer. I can recall a number of cases where the PDP address buffers have failed and that's not repairable.
But, in my not too limited experience, most of the times it *is* a buffer.
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