I have just pulled the back by removing 5 or 6 screws. you can see the circuit board, and the power cord is soldered directly into the board. two wires,one black and one white. near the left back corner--- from the back. you can re solder it.
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It should be on the main power board, near where the power cord plugs into the set. It will be quite a large cap, you can check its value by reading the value on the side of it, ensure the you replace it with the same value cap.
Take it to any TV repair shop. They'll solder things up so they work. It may not look as cute, but it'll work. Look in the yellow pages. If it's the cable modem you're talking about, contact your provider, they'll replace it at a price.
it looks like a capacitor problem in power supply circuit. the humming and waving of the picture is caused by a faulty filter capacitor in the power supply circuit. have it check and replaced if found faulty. good luck!