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disconnect the power board from the main board and give it a try. Your backlight should show. That combined with your standby LED on, it is possible that this is a main board issue. Remember that it is the main board that tells the TV to turn on. Measure the voltages on connector CN801 and compare those to the values silkscreened on the board. Let us know what you find.
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+not saying that it is not the power board but I hate to just replace boards for the sake of doing something :-)
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'''++@emkf++'''

disconnect the power board from the main board and give it a try. Your backlight should show. That combined with your standby LED on, it is possible that this is a main board issue. Remember  that it is the main board that tells the TV to turn on. Measure the voltages on  connector CN801 and compare those to the values silkscreened on the board. Let us know what you find.

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