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We have the 46 inch also and the volume is very low even on the highest setting. Our solution was going to walmart and buying a entry level surround sound system. We found one by Vizio for under 110.00 and it brought the Orion to life, being just what the Doc ordered.
Sounds like blown invertor board that powers the backlights (if it is LCD or PLASMA). If your lucky and its just the invertor board blown it could cost anywhere between £50-£150 for new board (without labour).. if you are UN-Lucky, then the backlights themselfs may have blown which is *usually* an un-economic repair.