Yes it can the cost is $350 sumwut dollars ,i got my tv for $54 and thats wut was wrong with it ,the board that is connected to your power cord is wut needs to be replaced sears can do the job but the labor is $200
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To repair damage--you understand the foil at each connection is copper---you have to scrape some of the green coating off near the parts and solder the exposed foil---idea is to solder a wire across any gaps to complete the circuit.
I had the same problem. The repairman said the Convergence ICs were bad, located on the big aluminum heat sinks on the center board in the TV. He replaces both, and a couple of fuses (that look like resistors).
The tv worked fine for a couple of days then did exactly the same thing. They are coming back out to fix it next week. If there is anything different, I'll post an update.
Just replacing the board if its the main board is half of the repair. The memory IC which is usually located on the main board holds all the data for convergence,picture geometry,channel memory,color settings etc..So getting it to run is only half of the battle. Got to http://www.partstore.com and look for the main board. I couldn't however look it up because it says your model number is invalid.