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If its a plasma tv there's not light behind the display panel, I was a bit confused when I read that....LOL Light behind the tv will only happen if its an LCD tv because it uses CCFL's to illuminate the LCD panel. Plasma displays generate their own light from the plasma pixels.
If its an LCD tv then either the inverter, power, or time control circuits need to be serviced or replaced. If its a plasma tv then your X or Y sustain, or power circuits need to be serviced or replaced. The interface can cause a similar problem also but only with plasma tv.....
You need a 1/8 in cord on both ends. Normally, its an 1/8 inch audio connection in your tv to work with PC (the same connection as when you plug it in your comp) So u would need a wire that both ends are 1/8 inch (Headphone jack sized)
my 5 yr. old 50 inch plasma hd that i paid almost $7000 for started flashing for afew sec. when first turned on.progresivly got worse,flashed for about 30 min. then ok until turned off.after about a month power light comes on fans start then trips off. gateway phone 888 737 6949 wants $250 for power supply $330 for video?board $600 plus for other boards no guarantees.i fixed mine by spending $1000 for a new vizio 50 inch plasma hd.if anyone wants a free dead gateway email me,
sounds like the main board is out but could be a power board, too. hard to tell without using a voltage meter on the powerboard. vizio normally will change out one board and then the other to see which part is bad. a lot of these parts are covered under warranty and some parts have lifetime warranties. so definitely check with vizio support and have your model number. hope this helps.