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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Now,tv on,u have a flash of picture few sec.dies have sound left only?Yes,than those 2 long boards call the LCD inverter boards is dead.These 2 long LCD inverter boards provide a backlight to the LCD screen to produced a picture.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy those 2 refurbishes long LCD inverter boards for the replacement.
Turn on tv have flashes of pictures few sec.than dies have sound left only.Yes,than the 2 long boards call the LCD inverter boards are dead.These 2 long LCD inverter boards help the LCD screen to have a backlight to produced a picture.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy those 2 long refurbishes LCD inverter boards for the replacement.This tv is under a year old right?Look in ur user manual for the service phone numbers.Call for a warrenty repair.
2) When the picture freezes, is it like a snapshot photo? or does the screen blank?
This sounds like an interruption in the digital data stream. If the picture remains on the screen, the "new" frame information is not being received nor processed. This can be as simple as a bad cable connection or noise on the digital information data lines.
Check to see if there is any pattern to when this occurs. For example, does it happen more frequently after the set has been on for a while? Try cooling down the set to see if temp effects the behavior.