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I have a 42 inch flat screen SOYO tv.....have had it for 4 years, and last night the tv has not wroking. It started to flash funny lines, and scribbles lines and now will not turn on . There is an "orange" light now where the "on/off" red & green lights are. ?????

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Hi.
It appears that your are having a tube failure issue.

Either that, or you have a capacitor problem.

Both can act like that, but as a rule the tube acts more like that when it fails than the other parts of the tv.

The tubes are replaceable, and are available from Fry's and BestBuy.

If it winds up that it is the capacitors instead, then I would take the tv to either Fry's, BestBuy, or RadioShack.
These companies have specially trained techs for just that repair, as it takes special skills to deal with the voltage and power that capacitors can hold in them.

I hope that this helps you out some, and good luck!

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

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