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Picture blinks then gets lighter then darker

Most visible when no lights are on - blinks brighter then blinks darker

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Good Day, freden899;
Your 2000 unit may be experiencing fluid on the PCB's (printed circuit boards). Does the pic blank or flicker?
In either case I would say your TV is sick and that you need to see an Authorized Service Center DR. Always ask for an estimate before any repairs are performed.

Good Luck, big IRISH.

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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