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DGM Model Number LTV-3212H has no picture I have tried all cables ,turned tv on and off ,get a slight picture for a few seconds then red thick stripes appear at times on black out background

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SOURCE: dgm ltv-1961wcr tv, when powering up the screen comes on for about a second, then goes black?

It is a Lcd lamp problem or even the lcd panel try to see any reflexion of the image , if u see one is the lamps, if not then is the lcd panel and if it is then is garbage.

Posted on May 04, 2012

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You need to have some knowledge , a multi meter and soldering iron and know safety procedures before trying yourself.

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