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Also model pt5492 sounds like it's going to come on but the timer light stays on ?

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This could be one of many different issues. Main flaw with these units are as follows:

Blue picture tube leaks coolant onto neck board and mainboard causing problems.

Posted on Mar 11, 2008

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SOURCE: Akai PT5492 54"

HELLO IT SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAVE A BAD FLY TRANSFORMER. . THAT NEEDS TO REPLACED. "GOOD LUCK"

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