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Power ups for few seconds but powers down no picture just the green power button

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Most likely its the flyback as that model is famous for the flyback going out. It uses flyback number 259296 and you can get a replacement at the following link with free step by step instructions so you can replace it yourself.Heres the link.
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Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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