Question about Televison & Video
The problem might be from either the lamp of the television or a capacitor on the main board of the television, another problem can be that the t-com board of the television is faulty.
Check the lamp by turning off the television, unscrewing it from the back and assessing the lamp to see if it is faulty or burnt. If it is, then try to replace it with a new one.
You can also check the capacitors for damages by looking closely at them to see if any one is swollen, if any is, try to replace it by using a soldering iron to remove it from under the board, then replace it with a new capacitor.
If it is not any of the two, then you have to change the t-com board of the television.
Take care and good luck
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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