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Only Blue Screen

I was watching TV this afternoon for a couple of hours when the screen on my TV simply turned blue. All I get now on cable or DVD is a blue screen.

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First test the flyback if its good or bad. you will need a device to test with it or let it test at somewhere at electronic stores that will accept to test the flyback. if it is good troubleshoot your tv. good luck!

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