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It Quit! Was watching when picture disappeared, then vertical black and white lines would flash on screen for half a second then stop. Pic came up once for a few seconds after unplug replug then infrequent vertical lines flash thingy, Called local Tech who charged $100 fir in house look see and pronounced "optical engine is out" after turning tv on/off once while saying wow alot then declaring its a difficult job and high price to change. He then forgot to call back after promising a repair quote in 3 days. Please help on where to get info on diagnosing and parts so maybe I can fix this beast.

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