So… with no guarantees, it looks like there’s at least one possible cause of this issue that’s highly fixable and the sort of thing that can go wrong on any old TV…
The capacitor is a low cost component and low risk of causing any harm or complication if replaced properly. So the main challenge is getting into the case to work on the board – B&O are a little idiosyncratic as a low volume manufacturer, so always allow some time and care to this part! I would be pleased to do this or guide you, I am a little busy right now but we can keep in touch!
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