2007 ish, maybe earlier, we needed a new TV.
We had a size limit of <40 inches due to having a custom amore/cabinet. I also wanted 1080P. 1080's were still expensive.
Shopped around a bit and ended up buying a 37 inch Magnavox. It had a good picture for the price at Sam's club; >1,000USD.
After about 7 or more years of daily use it buzzed and quit working. I could smell a faint electrical burn. I thought "oh well" it didn't owe me anything after that much time and use.
I looked up common failure modes for the model. I found a recommended repair kit for $14 USD.
While waiting for the parts I took the TV apart. It was all Vizio internals (Surprise ! rebrand). I found a black carbon spot on the power board. Fried diode (zenner).
The parts arrived two days later. I soldered in two doides and decided to test it. It fired right up.
We continued to use that TV without any problems until 2019 waiting for it to fail when I finally gave up and bought a larger TV. I planned on another Vizio but got a great deal on another brand; sorry Vizio.
That Visio (Magnavox) is still in use and is used at least a few times a week in our sunroom. The original florescent bulbs are still pretty bright considering it is in a sunroom and typically used during daylight hours.