Question about Standard (CRT) Televisions
One of two things, if you have a lot of use on the set or if it's on every day for a long period of time you probably have a worn out picture tube. If this is the case it would far exceed the price of a new set to repair, if a picture tube could even be found for it.
The other thing could be open transistors on the CRT circuit board. Based on it's age, it's probably not worth repairing unless it's a very large set 32" or 36" .
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
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would this be the picture tube?
no, not at all.
it might be due to change in direction
or some body might have turned tv direction
or any magnetic thing might be near tv.remove it like speaker or headphone etc.
put off tv for 30 minutes & see it will be ok.
hope this will help.
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