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EWF2703 27" TV --won't turn on

Has power to fuse in board, fuse is good,(removed back of unit used vom to test for power) think board is bad.a few weeks before this, sound went away, then came back. is part available?-- and is cost less than new tv. only paid 180.00 for it. 2 1/2 yrs ago. realy like the set..... good picture ect. but should last longer than 2 yrs....... is this common problem with these? i'm an auto tech, have tools, know when not to screw with it if i'm not sure what to do or how to,(thats why i'm asking), is there a way to conferm if is board or what part of board is bad. i could replace board myself if had one. thanks for any help, hondadoc.

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A complete circuit board is available BUT would cost you more then a new set. These sets now a days are repaired down to the componet level and these sets have no user replaceable parts. If you have a capacitor checker then maybe you can find on that goes bad in these . there in the sweep supply or in the standby power supply, but if your not a trained electronic tech you should not be experimenting inside this thing. 2 to 3 years is about normal with these things. You can get one for about 100 or so if you looked around. it would probably cost you 125 or so to have a pro fix it. GGood Luck

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