Question about Televison & Video
Sorry to say, but technically, the problem is from the television.
It is a component problem in the television, it is not from the cables connected to the television.
There is a board that controls the display of the television, the board is known as a t-com board. once it is faulty, you will have your sound but you will not have any display of any kind.
So if you get your t-com board replaced. your will enjoy the services of your television.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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