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one of the electrolytic capacitor's are bad so one of the boards that control the TV are bad there is a good possibly its fixable but if you feel you don't want to I will buy the broken Tv from you so please email me at email@example.com
It is very likely that there are electrolytic capacitors going high in ESR on the processor and driver boards, and also in the power supply areas. The tech should be able to see this by monitoring supply distributions with a scope.
Depending on the complexity of changing the caps on the boards (if it is actualy a cap problem), the best choice may be board replacements.
In almost all the cases where I had this type of fault, it was a number of capacitors that had to be replaced.
Something is breaking down. Possibly a specific ceramic capacitor on the main power pcb that has been troublesome. Usually there is just a loud pop and the screen goes dead. If the set is less than a year old it is still on parts warranty and the technician could just change circuit boards until the problem is gone.
Have fixed a bunch of those as a Sylvania ASC. There is a small ceramic capacitor on the main power PCB that has ruptured. It must be replaced with a different part, a special type of capacitor, or it will just fail again. Sylvania had recommended replacing the main power PCB rather than repair because sometimes there was additional damage on the board, however replacing the capacitor fixed every one that came to us. I preferred that because some electrical voltages have to be adjusted if the circuit board is replaced with a different one.