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One quick thing to try is uplugging the tv power cord for 3 mintues. But 95% of the time this is failed back lights inside the tv display panel (screen). This type of repair is not done by any repair shops because it is so much labor and high risk of damaging the internal screen. However if you are really really good with tools, I may be able to direct you to some DIY videos and the parts. Otherwise this tv is not fixable.
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There will not be any visual signs of failure.
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This is NOT a failed board in the tv or a loose connection.
One or more of the LED strips inside the panel has FAILED and it must be replaced.
Repair shops do not perform this operation, so your only hope is to DIY.
That means taking the whole back off the tv, removing all the boards, then prying apart the display panel to access/replace the LED strips.
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