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Hitachi 23" tv/ toshiba vcr

Not sure i'm in the right area, but can't find anything more relevant. i have a hitachi tv on which i run videos and dvd's from a toshiba unit. sometimes the tv screen go black, either immediately or gradually during the film. the time it has been playing can vary considerably, and sometimes it doesn't happen at all. i turn the vcr off and the tv picture is fine, later i can return to the vcr and the picture is fine. any ideas?

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Sounds like a problem in your VCR IF what your saying is when the screen goes dark and you turn off the VCR then the screen on the tv returns to normal?? Does this happen with the vcr on and the tape not playing?? No Ok you have a problem in the video processor Ic or the circuit but most likly the IC as Ive seen this already twice in a toshiba VCR. No if it happens even when the VCR is on but the tapes not plying and the vcr is sitting, and the screen fades The problem is the on screen disply IC in the vcr. seen this a dozon or so times already. Vcrs no a days are not worth the money to invest Unless you got a really good one from the past, BUT you can by a good on for these times for well under 100 bucks . Good Luck

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