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LG TV no picture

TV made a hissing noise for a couple of secs then picture died.I have sound but no picture.

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 have had this problem several times i think this is a manufactures default. i am in the proccess of contacting the manufacture email me we can talk [email protected] please let anyone else who is having this problem contact me as well.

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