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Can it be Fixed or just trash?

I have recently aquired this tv from a friend The previous owner had it placed over heating vent and said it had gotten to hot and so it now doesnt work. When we plug it in it acts like it is going to work but then nothing the blue red and green lights blink repeatedly on most tries on a few times just the green light the sound does work.Can this be fixed and if so am i looking at a lot of cash or should i trash?

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It can be fix, if you look here on the threads and see the fix is already here.

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