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It would seem to be time to find the reset button if there is one and try pushing that. If no reset button or it doesn't work the circuit and supply will need tracing through with a meter and/or a test lamp in order to discover the fault.
You can't blame any component in the TV failing after lightening storms. Get lightening arrestors on the antenna cable and use a surge protector on the power cord before you replace the power board again.
THE PANEL THAT DARKENS IS A DEFECTIVE PANEL TRY LIGHT PRYING TWO OPPOSED DIAGONAL CONERS OF THE TV WILL ITS DARK IF YOU MANADGE TO GHANGE THE IMAGE QUALITY PANEL IS DEFECT FOR AUDIO EITHER ITS THE SOURCE THE MAIN BOARD OR SPEAKERS
I have had the same problem with my fridge. I have a Whirlpool that is about four years old and it started to make a clonking noise a few weeks prior to it stopping cooling. I spoke with a few people and they said that it is usually the start device relay. I purchased a new one and it took off and worked great for almost two weeks. Well last night we found our food in the freezer thawing again. We had heavy rain storm and the electricity flickered a few times. I was told that it could have damaged the new relay I just put in. I purchased another one today and it is now running fine again. I also had the capacator checked to be sure that it was functioning fine. At $60 dollars a crack I hope that this is not going to happen again any time soon. This relay assembly is located on the compressor (big black roundish tank looking thing). Be sure to unplug your fridge then remove the cardboard cover from the back of the fridge and it should be in plan site. hope this helps.