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JVC AV-32f704 TV has sound but no picture. Picture is a blanck screen as if TV was not turned on. In the last few weeks the TV has been turning itself off. Now there is no picture at all. What could be the problem?

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The problem is your high voltage section in the main board of you tv,try to resolder the the circuit and components near the flyback

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