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Black screen and have sound

The tv started going black and then i would hit the top of it and it would come back on then 30 minutes later go back out. turn it off and then wait about an hour and then turn it on and it would be ok and then 5 minutes later turn off and wont come back on. now it is just black with sound thats all.

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  • Doplly Feb 16, 2008

    our tv goes black with red lightening like line but still has sound. we turn it off for awhile and usually get the picture in 5 to 10 minutes! Help

  • Anonymous May 16, 2008

    relay is double clicking you can hear sound and green light stays on but no picture it will come on sometimes but wont stay on

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