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Re: TOSHIBA TV NO PICTURE
Sounds like blown invertor board that powers the backlights (if it is LCD or PLASMA). If your lucky and its just the invertor board blown it could cost anywhere between £50-£150 for new board (without labour).. if you are UN-Lucky, then the backlights themselfs may have blown which is *usually* an un-economic repair.
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the red flash you are talking about im assuming is the screen going red that usualy means a red picture tube they break down one way to tell turn the red screen control counter clockwise and see if you can control the tube gain and then you can lightly tap on crt neck and i do mean carfuly and see if it flashes it most likely will and you would need to change the crt and reset it up
I have the exact TV and had the exact same problems. It is the light engine with color wheel that needs to be replaced, and they are VERY hard to come by for this model. Our repairman has had our TV for 5 months and still cannot locate a vendor that carries the part. He said according to Toshiba, the part has been discontinued. If you happen to find one, please post. I'll do the same.
if you go to the menu on your tv it should show picture you may need to snoop around for it but its there and when you do find it adjust it untill you got a nice picture about the tv not being full on the screen try buying wide sceen movies it should help but the adjustments should help the most