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How old is it ?
which connectors have you checked ?
I mean have you checked the boards as well for any puffed capacitors
OK, how good are your DIY skills ?
can you test the board with a multimeter or can you just check some components on the unit ?
I believe the problem is with the Backlight Inverter Board
This is the Back lights inverter board for your unit
Sure no problem
do you see any puffed caps ?
sorry I don't understand ?
ok so that fuse is blown ?
ok, usually I will replace that board completely however...a repair kit is also available which includes smaller caps
looking at the age of this unit I would recommend to replace the board...a new one will cost around £45
however, if you want to replace a part then it will be better to get the board checked by a local tech. so that you can replace the exact part which is bad
:) Yes you can try changing the fuse but if the problem returns then changing the board will be recommended
just make sure to leave the unit unplugged for few hours before you perform any kind of repair
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