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Apex val3076 The back light comes on for a split second and of.

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Um.. I'm gonna get a tv soon with the same problem. Exactly the same problem. Anyone has played in it already ? Looks like the backlight itself has gone bad ? I'll see what i can do. I'll post here my findings ! cheebster.

Posted on Jul 05, 2007

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I have exactly the same problem. Any repair facility that I talk to seem to scratch their head over the phone, so I have no confidence. Only 2 shops had ever worked on them, and they had nothing good to say about Apex. Most of the modules are made in Korea by LG, and it is difficult to get parts from them...if they are available at all. I will be curious to see if anyone responds to this post.

Posted on Mar 03, 2007

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