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Hello,
I have esperiences with samsung flat TV's. That problem mostly from capasitor on SMPS board.
open rear cover, than check on PCB power board (SMPS). There are capasitors which almost exploded. Changes with same type but increase the voltage. ( 1000uF/16V change to 1000uF/25V).
Good luck.

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