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How old is your AT5000e?
Also did this happen over time or prtty much one day it was there?
Thank youTech Michael
Hi thanks for all that information. Unfortunately this one is not user serviceable due to the equipment needed to test the components and the knowledge of this one. But, this one shouldn't be too expensive to fix, even though the damage did likley come from overheating.
Any local shop that fixes TV's can do this one for you with ease;-)
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