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Turned on the tv this morning and heard a pop, now we got sound but no picture.it's a mitsubishi vs-50803 model

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A real comman problem with that set is vertical IC will blow, burn a hold in the board itself, Part Number is a LA7838 Vertical IC, located right center mounted on a heat sink, and will about seven legs on the IC,, on defection board.Remove back and see if that IC is in pieces?

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Sounds like you blew your sound poss a short in your speakers .

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