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Horizontal lines after power on, then shutdown

Model 27MT5005D shutsdown after power on. Replaced cap 2465 10uf 100v capacitor to fix horizontal lines, but still did not fix problem

TV is about 2 years old and still has horizontal lines going across it. What part would you try to replace next.

Looked up parts lists and all i can find is in Chinesse*

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  • davexbox360 Aug 12, 2008

    Terryfic, i am sorry i wasted your time i just trashed it last night cause i fixed a better one i had setting around.

    Thanks for your time

  • Vista Electronics May 11, 2010

    Verify Model & Chassis # from back of set...



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