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Television is 6 years old.when swithing on television 3 weeks ago,there was sound but no picture it would take 15 mins or more for picture to come on.now when i turn it on there is no picture at all no matter how long i leave it on for.all leads nd connections are ok. thanks.

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Have the power supply checked for leaky or bad buldging capacitors on it. This is the most common reason most LCD televisions fail. Also you may have a bad backlight inverter board.

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