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this could be a bad power board or bad backlight arrays. Turn your TV on and make sure that you are at a station that has sound. Dim the room and shine a flashlight at an angle against the screen. See if you can make out shapes and silhouettes. Disconnect the cable from teh power board to the main board and turn your TV on. Let us know idf the backlight turns on. If so, it is your main board not sending a signal to the power board.If so, it is your backlight. Measure the voltages to your LED’s and let us know what it shows. You also will need to check tehthe power going to the T-con board to see if that is functioning. It will help if you post some images of your boards with your question. That way we can see what you see. Use this guide [guide|21499] for that.
this could be a bad power board or bad backlight arrays. Turn your TV on and make sure that you are at a station that has sound. Dim the room and shine a flashlight at an angle against the screen. See if you can make out shapes and silhouettes. Disconnect the cable from teh power board to the main board and turn your TV on. Let us know idf the backlight turns on. If so, it is your main board not sending a signal to the power board.If so, it is your backlight. Measure the voltages to your LED’s and let us know what it shows. You also will need to check tehthe power going to the T-con board to see if that is functioning. It will help if you post some images of your boards with your question. That way we can see what you see. Use this guide [guide|21499] for that.

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Original post by: oldturkey03 ,

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'''++@tanes++'''

this could be a bad power board or bad backlight arrays. Turn your TV on and make sure that you are at a station that has sound. Dim the room and shine a flashlight at an angle against the screen. See if you can make out shapes and silhouettes. If so, it is your backlight. Measure the voltages to your LED’s and let us know what it shows. You also will need to check teh power going to the T-con board to see if that is functioning. It will help if you post some images of your boards with your question. That way we can see what you see. Use this guide [guide|21499] for that.

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