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The sound is normal, the picture is milky looking and negative looking at normal brightness and contrast settings. There are no visable lines on the screen. The menu is equally bad as the video. I suspect the main board or T-con board,power supply caps look normal. Thanks!

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Hi R,
It is more likely the T-Con board.
Good Luck

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