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My 32inch audiovox flatscrren will not come on but

My 32inch Audiovox flat screen will not come on but blue light is on its been acting up for a couple of months taking hours to come on now its completely not working

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Now in the front of the tv panel power blue light on and it solid green?Take ur tv aparts.The T-con board, this board sit in the botom in the middle of the LCD screen.This board is defective replaced it.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish T-con board for the replacement.

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