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@rdx420 … sounds like the issue is with the main board or the tcon. without a multimeter to test, only option is to remove the ribbon cables from the tcon board leading to the panels buffer boards. remove power, unplug one side of the ribbon cable, apply power. you should see a change in one half of the screen. repeat process for other side. if you see a change in the screen without any vertical lines present, then your tcon should be fine and your main board has failed.
@rdx420 … sounds like the issue is with the main board or the tcon. without a multimeter to test, only option is to remove the ribbon cables from the tcon board leading to the panels buffer boards. remove power, unplug one side of the ribbon cable, apply power. you should see a change in one half of the screen. repeat process for other side. if you see a change in the screen without any vertical lines present, then your tcon should be fine and your main board has failed.
 
if you have a multimeter, you can test the fuse on both sides located on the tcon board. should read 12v. if no voltage is present, your main board has failed. if it does, further testing will be required.
 
it is possible that the software has been corrupted, in which case you should start by visiting the manufacturers website and check on software update download/instructions. if this fails, a new main board will likely fix the issue.

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@rdx420 … sounds like the issue is with the main board or the tcon. without a multimeter to test, only option is to remove the ribbon cables from the tcon board leading to the panels buffer boards. remove power, unplug one side of the ribbon cable, apply power. you should see a change in one half of the screen. repeat process for other side. if you see a change in the screen without any vertical lines present, then your tcon should be fine and your main board has failed.

if you have a multimeter, you can test the fuse on both sides located on the tcon board. should read 12v. if no voltage is present, your main board has failed. if it does, further testing will be required.

it is possible that the software has been corrupted, in which case you should start by visiting the manufacturers website and check on software update download/instructions. if this fails, a new main board will likely fix the issue.

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