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Hi there, i have a LG 50PCID-AA. Plasma. The TV was working fine this morning, when i returned home from work and turned the set on I am getting 3/4 of the screen in pink and the other 1/4 in grey, it then goes to a black screen and the pink and grey flashes up now and then. There is no sound and no picture at all. I hope you can help me . Regards Ross

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I'm sorry to tell you but the Y-sus board has just failed - it happens. Replacing it isn't a difficult job - you just take out the back cover of the tv, unplug the data cables, unscrew the 5 philips ones that are keeping it attached and you take it out - refitting is the reverse. The complicated stuff will be in adjusting the new board to the plasma panel as explained here
http://blog.coppelltvrepair.com/2010/04/how-to-find-plasma-display-panel-pdp.html
This is why it will be better if you call a certified repairman to do the whole job.

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