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Picture is out!

There is power coming onto the set. I have unplugged the entire TV set for a few hours to see if there is any effect - nothing. The menu screen, volume indicator, or channel number will not even display, so I know it is not a cable issue - I just have a black screen. Am I hosed?

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  • dthomasbcm Jun 13, 2008

    I picked this up from someone on craigslist. Neither the sound or the picture work. Power light comes on but screen is black. Could this be a bulb? Or am i looking at something else totally different? Thanks

    Dan


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Fuse is out on the signal pcb

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