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It is just the screen, the power light stays lit.
I've had the TV for almost 3 years.
The problem just started about 30 minutes ago.
I've actually just kind of figured it out. I went into the setting and turned off the OPC and turned the back light down a little. What card can i replace to fix this issue?
Does this piece of info help narrow it down at all: Since we have been talking I am having to slowly decrease the back light display setting a little at a time, but then it comes back in. Eventually I will have the display all the way down and it will still be doing it.
By what I understand, I'm looking at buying two separate parts: Inverter and a power supply. Is this correct?
Yes, that is what I had thought. Lowering the backlight level is allowing the screen to stay on because either the Power Supply Output to the Inverters, or the Inverters themselves have the fault. These are two separate components.
The link below is to this board.
Then the following link is to the Power Supply:
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