Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Dennison IL, just across the state line from Terre
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I've tried to repair several TVs over the years. You can find the defective part via error code, flashing lights, or online comments. Most times if the part is available, it's one salvaged from a defective TV, so you're never sure what you're getting. Ebay and Craigslist parts usually have a disclaimer that it powered on, but the seller didn't have the equipment to test it fully. Good luck returning it if it doesn't work. Best bet is to buy a new one.