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Anonymous Posted on Jun 10, 2007

Power light on, no bulbs lit

A few days ago I was watching tv and all of a sudden I saw a spark come from inside the tv. The bulbs were no longer lit and I smelled that something burned out. The fuse next to the plug is still good and the power light still comes on but no picture at all.

  • THE WILSON B May 01, 2008

    Do you have a contact person who can fix this problem? I am a Capitol Heights Resident of Prince Georges County MD.

  • waseem-syed Jun 30, 2008

    yes i have same problem like spark occured whn i turn the tv on and ter was a spark and its gone now it shows in sleeping mode a red lite flashing, no pic no sound.

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Arching hi voltage ,damaged Hi voltage block , and 80 % deflection board problem, you need a technician to check at home. because after the part it, need ,were replaced still need alignments, depending on the tech or shop could be no less than 300.00 if you have the brave to try , and can have some tools it gonna take time but you can fix it

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