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My vizio e600i-b3 wont turn on. I have 12.#vdc on the output of my power supply. I replaced the main board but didnt fix it. Could it be the tcon board?

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SOURCE: I have replaced the power board, the main board, the t con board and all the cables on my Visio e600i-b3 tv and all I can get is audio and vertical lines

Could the screen itself be defective since you have replaced just about every conceivable part? Does set have a video output that you can monitor? If so, and it works, then the screen is definitely the offender.

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