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No picture or sound

Turn on tv. Screen flashes and can see menu script, but then no picture and no sound. Blue light is on noting the power is on. What is the problem????

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I HAVE THE SAME THING ON MY THIS IS THE THIRD TIME THAT I FIXED LOOKS LIKE THE SCREEN ITS BURN.
BUT IT ISNT. I PRESS THE ON/OFF UNTIL THIS WORKS. I DID LIKE 3 TO 4 MIN.
IPREFER RESET THE CABLE BOX IN MY CASE. AND CLEAN THE BLCK BOX FOR THE DUST.

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