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Power problem problem switch on tv lcd,buzzing transformer sound like coller not speding around.i try to get ansver my question,bicouse is expensive gived tv to service repear.i don manny diferent tv,lcd is somthing new for me.i fink is transformer problem.what is your solution..many thanks greg london

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Hi there the problem is find.when i remove decoder the power on aut transformer 12V coming back.now i just need new decoder and start use tv..manny thanks greg PS:im lock in side of corse is after woranty,bye

Posted on May 21, 2007

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