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LG 42PX4DV 42" problem

Hi. I was watching my TV tonight, it had been on for about 5hrs when I heard a very loud 'pop' there was still a picture but the display went very dark, I immediately switched it off. I'll call a tech tomorrow, but i was hoping to get some info on what the problem might be before I call them. It is 25 months old. Thanks for your help. Kind regards, Dwight

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  • 30dayworld Nov 19, 2007

    same problem tv on for about 45 minutes a pop ( like a fuse burning out )now screen black .

    Is there a fuse.

    Age of tv about 22 months

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Ysus pcb that supplies voltage to the panel is faulty

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