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It may well be repairable since it probably isn't that old but with the plunge of flat panel prices, it may cost more to repair than replace. If you replace the whole set, don't buy another plasma; while they are a tad better than the LCDs of the period it was manufactured, there isn't much difference in the two systems today and the LCD display will not decay over time as the plasma is known to do.