Question about Televison & Video
This sounds like a power supply problem. You will need to take the back of the tv off and check for puffed capacitors. If they are puffed up, you will need to replace them with equal or greater slightly greater valued capacitors. The values are microfarads and voltage. Lay tv flat panel face down on a table with a blanket on it. Table has to support entire frame so the panel doesn't get damaged. You will need a soldering iron to install new capacitors. Please send me make and model so that I can do further research, but I am confident puffed caps are your problem
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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