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Burnt images in the screen

Hi could you please tell me if i can get a replacement screen or some other fix the would sort this out

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Only way to fix burnt images is to replace tube or tubes that are defective. Cost 450.00 per Tube. Have you checked your mirror this could be your problem it may have tiny crack lines in it causing it to look like burnt images.

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