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1 ohm resistor, checked ok

I took that resistor and tested it, it seems fine. I have attached a photo where it shows some black spots ( overheating components). Are the service manuals from any good? A lot of those manuals don't include diagrams and complete schematics.Thank you for your help.

TV won't switched ON. Front LED blinks 5 times ... pause ... 5 times again, and so on. Stand-By 7V checks OK but relay RL801 doesn't click.

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these hot spots are in power supply you can run some solder on it but it should not be causing this problem can you please take a picture of your TV while it is on and show me the picture of it plus tell me exactly what it does.


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