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My tv screen went green for a few seconds then went blank, the power light is on but no picture, my tv is not a plasma or lcd.

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It appears that you may have either lost the High Voltage to your CRT(picture tube) or your CRT went belly up. There is also the possibility that you also lost the low voltage power supply feeding the Chroma circuits, but either way it will require a repair shop to look at it. You might consider getting a new TV.

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