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When i turn on tv i can h ear it crstal clear but there is no picture,tried adjusting the settings and you can see the picture very faintly.mrsbryant11051@yahoo.com

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I ran into this problem before and I can tell you what parts to check/replace - if you know how to do that. Since it took me hours of troubleshooting time, I would expect to be compensated a small cash fee for this info, but I don't know how this works on this site.

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It might be simply a matter of having someone adjust the magnetic rings on the yoke of your picture tube to refocus it - a lost art.

A 15 minute job for a seasoned veteran, perhaps, but expect to pay a minimum charge of 1 hour's labour, at $85-90 CDN.

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