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No Picture, only sound and the tv keeps restarting

All of the sudden my TV picture disappeared and now I only get voice. Since this happenned, the tv keeps restarting constantly every minute or so. I replaced the bulb but that didn't solve the problem. Any idea?

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Buy a new one.

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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