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Sony FWD50PX2 screen displays color noise

My Sony FWD50PX2 started displaying color noise - no picture - just a mix of various colors. Audio is ok. Cannot see the menu screen or the volume bar at all. Any ideas?

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  • zirben Aug 22, 2008

    Thank you, The Slash. I had it diagnosed by a repair shop - they said that 2 boards must be replaced (one is a signal board) at $1300. Do you know where I could get the replacement boards for less $$$?

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Hello Zirben:


You will ned to have your Tv looked at by a repair shop there seems to be a problem with the small singal board.


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