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Hey there, I have a 6 month old vizio 32" LCD 60hz

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Most probably the mainboard of the TV has a problem. But no worries as it is only 6 months old call up Vizio and they'll replace it for you free of charge :)

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LCD inverter module may have encountered a failure. Most common is an electrolytic capacitor failing in the power supply. Examine the board to see if any of the caps have a bloated or raised top, they should not be swollen or leaky. If so find the replacement capacitor # on line and replace. You will require a modicum of soldering skills. You indicate the tv is 6 months old.
Return it for warranty service, do not open your tv or you will void your consumer warranty.

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

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