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No picture. Green light lower right began to flicker and picture went out. Unplugged it for a few days. Just plugged it in, turned on in back, hit the power button...still no picture.

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Likely suspects will be bulged capacitors on the power supply board. If you handy with a soldering iron then the cost will be $10.00 to repair your self. I wouldn't go to a service center and dictate a price because they just might refuse the job all together. I've included a picture of what bulged capacitors lok like. It's not your board but you'll get the idea.




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