Question about Televison & Video
No, you do not have a bad circuit board, the problem is still from the lamp you fixed on it. Have it checked once again to see to it that there was no slight difference in the way you have been fixing it.
If you have a bad circuit board, there would be a complete alteration in the functioning of the television.
Since the problem has to do with the lighting and picture of the television, it has to do with either the lamp or t-com board, so check them both.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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