It would really depend on the model number of the TV set my friend. Most LCD TV sets have the screen drivers on the main board now a days so most likely there is an intermittant thermal problem on the main printed circuit board. Depending on how old the set is and how big the set is will determine how much you are willing to spend on this TV set. In alot of recent cases, the sets were not worth the cost to replace the main board I'm afraid. But you should not fret just yet, as if the set is less then a year old, it should still be covered under a manufactirers warranty. If it is not, take the set or contact the manufacturer about getting or finding an authorized repair center for this make of TV set. Good Luck, and let us know what you decide on this TV set and if you have it repaired or not.
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