Listen, these are not Automated Responses from a computer designed to ask questions, key in on specific words, then run IF - Then comparatives which then Isolate it to another IF-Then Subroutine....
That's what a computer would do.
Nope, you have a human being here.
This human being Eats...Sleeps...Goes to work in his field of Expertise...comes home, Eats, Reads his Just Answers responses, and then determines with his Human Brain (computer) what to do next.
That human brain is one of the Better Computers out there....
The fact that your TV set does not stay primed is not good.
That's why the Menu test is one of the best IF-THEN statements.
IF your TV displays a picture (the CADTV and the NO SIGNAL) THEN it goes out.....
You have a problem with either the LCD panel or the Inverter that PRIMES (lights up) the panel.
Now, here's where the experience (from working) comes into play....
I've had bad Inverters....they NEVER light
I've had bad LCD panels.... They light up, but then they lose their light, usually seconds after it's turned on.
If I was a good computer....the programming would point to the LCD panel.
The fact is, Just Answers doesn't use computers...they use experts....that work in the field of expertise.
This human does sleep. It restores his ability to analyse.
Right now, your information you told me points to a faulty LCD panel. The inverter is lighting up, the Balancer is firing the CCFL lamps, the lamps have a defect that is registered by the balancer, so the balancer is sending back a fail code which is shutting down the inverter so smoke doesn't roll out the back of your TV cabinet.
If you want to replace the panel -- then there is a Product Service number on your TV set. It's the MODEL with additional letters past it that determine the parts used to build it.
Here you go --
One of those sub-numbers will determine the correct part to purchase.
So let's run another sub-routine ....
IF you want the LCD's part number, THEN I need you to get the suffix from the Product Service number listed on the back or side of your TV set.
But I will see what the cost is on one of those sub-numbers, so you have an idea what it will likely cost.
Ok, so the part is $336.81. or roughly close to that.
IF you want, I'll get the part number if you get the full product service number off the TV set.
THEN I'll post it here when I get home from work, depending on when you respond.
If you have any questions, just ask
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