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You can check your video output specs: if your video driver can split the VGA signal into the different video components, then you just would need the component video to VGA adapter. (This is usually limited to working with projectors unless you have a higher-end stand alone graphics card.)
This is usually due to a fault on the video and controller baords where a component is overheating and about to fail. The sensor shuts down the TV intro protection mode. You need to have it repaitred by a qualified Technician and not use it as it can be a fire risk if you keep trying to run it
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You can get a device that is an A/V to RF converter. They an cost about $25 and up to a lot of money depending on the quality you want. Many of the audio video stores sell these converters.
With the converter, you connect the A/V from your source in to it, and then connect the converter to the antenna connection of the set. Put the TV on to the channel that the converter instructions ask.
help is here. back off that screen control tell them lines go away.
you have these things working Powersupply, Vertical, High voltage, sound, leaves video problem , go the the video circuit on schematic and find the video out transitor or ic or whatever they use, check to see if proper voltage or better yet see if got video with a scope, I see allot of shorted video out transistors.
also check and see if you can inject video with a vcr out to the tv in.