Question about LG 50PC1DRA 50 in. Plasma Television
Most likely, you have a problem with the power supply. The capacitors on the power supply sometimes burn out. A fairly cheap fix. If it's under warranty, take it in and get it fixed.. if it's not, then someone who is tech savvy can do it for you. I fixed mine and the parts were less than 3 bucks plus shipping of less than 10. I can do soldering work myself so it only cost me 13 bucks.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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