Question about Televison & Video
The fault is located in the power source - the inverter for the CCFL tubes has failed. The defect is hardware and is caused by some failed parts - since the defect appeared progressively it's almost surely caused by the electrolytic capacitor that have aged.
Yes, it's quite easy to fix, all you have to do is to replace all 14 different capacitors with identical ones - less than $25 for all of them. But for this you must have at least a basic experience in soldering and with electronics components. If you don't have that experience then call someone who has it to do it for you.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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