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If you turn the tv off for about 1020 seconds, turn it back on and see if you have a clear picture, if not it sound like a power supply problem in the tv. but if that did not solve the problem, the
picture board on your tv is now malfunctioning or as gone bad, it means the
board of your tv has developed fault and will need to be replace.
advice you replace the picture board on the screen of your tv to
solve the problem.
Tv has no picture or sound; will go out while watching. The picture will go into a line and sound and picture will go out; shortly after that tv will turn off. Did this last nite and I did not turn back on until this morning, it worked no problem. On for couple of hours and now it's out again. What could be problem and how do I fix myself
Check the cables first that connect to your video device, are they in tightly? Test the cables on another TV to make sure they haven't gone bad, which is common. Also check the input selection on the TV to make sure it matches with the video input the cable is connected to.
The problem can be caused by a bad sustain board (Ysus Zsus) , the popping sound is often caused by a capacitor blowing up. The TV must be taken apart and tested before eventually replacing sustain boards.
I had the same problem and my local repair guy soldered a defective sensor so that it goes around that problem. I also had to buy a new bulb. Now my picture is "cloudy" and the repairman has no idea why. I am waiting for them to call back on it.