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These symptoms point to a power supply board failure with the set, and that board is very tough to locate on a 10 year old LCD, however there is the possibility a used/pulled part may be found. Now, that said, the question is whether YOU are looking to repair the set yourself- or wondering what it would cost at a shop.
If bringing this to a shop- you're looking at close to $300 parts and labor to fix- and this is not cost effective at all since a brand new 50" LED TV starts at around $400, so putting 3/4 of that price into a 10 year old LCD TV (with lesser picture quality than a modern TV) is not money well spent.
If you're looking to perform a DIY repair, let me know and we can proceed to that end. The power board is usually in the $100 range.
Other than that, this is not cost effective and I'm sorry for the bad news here.
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