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Picture has no horizontal control or loud pop and no picture

Recently my PRO-119 has a new problem. At first the picture was fine then after several hours the picture would lose horizontal control or the set would make a loud popping sound and go black. For a while if the set was turned off and then back on the picture was fine for an undetermined amount of time. Eventually it would do the same thing over. The remote will not turn the set on or off now and if you turn the set on by the main power button it comes on with no horizontal or vertical control, just a wavey picture. Funny thing is the green light on the power button is red in the off position and green when the set is on.....USUALLY....But now when you use the main power button it comes on green and then gradually blinks and turns red but the picture keeps waving on. I have had problems with cracked welds on the component board and a high voltage issue in the past. HELP!

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IF you would like help diagnosing your set. Go to the enclosed link. They have the service manual for your set and offer unlimited chat support for only 10.99. Just click on your sets manufacturer and you will see your model. Then click on the contact us link and provide your email address and they will email your manual and instructions on how to obtain your support. I am one of their techs
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Posted on Jan 14, 2008

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