Question about LG 47LG50 47 in. LCD HDTV
My bet is your power supply board has gone bad and some capacitors need to be replaced. If it's under warranty, take it to the shop for repair. If it's not, then you can replace them yourself or if you know some one who solders electronics they could do it also. To keep this from happening again buy a ups backup power supply which will condition the power to the tv and other components and save you alot of time and trouble later.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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