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When turn on this lcd only picture flasher a few second and then picture go to black the light green into front panel is on

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More than likely, you need to replace the lamp. Check in your manual for power lamp flashing troubleshooting. It will flash 3, 4, or 5 times then pause and repeat. You can find lamps online, check EBAY. Hope this helps

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