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Dim picture This tv was brought in to be repaired. It has a dim picture like a weak picture tube in the old sets. You can barely see the picture.

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I have an old Sharp flat-tube tv. The picture is bad, it's very dim even though the brightness setting is all the way up.


If the "contrast" is also turned up, then, the tube is toast and needs replacement. A local repair shop can quote you so you can determine if it's cheaper to purchase a new t.v. or not.

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Three basic color picture tubes in tv are getting weak in performance and requires more current to work properly. There is Screen voltage settings that needs adjustment for each picture tube in tv.
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It is likely that the CRT's (picture tubes or bulbs) are weak. It is a major job to change and all three should be changed to make the picture like new. However, it is not costwise to repair this old of a TV even if you can get the tubes. I estimate the cost of each tube is at least $200 each. I would call Pioneer and give them your model number and see if they are available. Only a trained technician should change the tubes because it requires a lot of time and setting up of the tubes and other things.

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After 6 sixs my samsung plasma HPN5039 picture has gone dim


I don't know how old your tv is but by saying dim makes me think you should look on the power supply for a few worn out capacitors. You need a cap tester to determine if the caps are weak, but most of the time you can tell if the cap is weak by a bulge at the top of the capacitor. This usually is the main problem for a dim backlight on a tv.

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Sony Trinitron TV now taking around 5 minutes for picture to appear (sound comes on instantly) Is it worth repair or should I cut losses and replace set?


How old is the TV?
Sony Trinitron sounds like it may be from the 1980's?
Some TV engineers can use a piece of equipment to do a "tube boost" but this is sometimes risky and can completely ruin the tube, but it's a risk you would have to take.
If the TV is over 15 years old, and has been used regularly, (like 4 hours every day or more) it seems likely that the tube has reached the end of life.
TV cathode ray tubes are like light bulbs...they do not last forever!

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I gotta love it when people make up answers. There is no such thing as a "contrass module". I'm assuming the poster meant "contrast". The trouble is your 12-year-old picture tube. It's gotten weak and isn't getting as bright or sharp as it used to. Picture tube manufacturers estimate the useful life of a tube at about 7 years today. There are adjustments inside that might help some, but you need a new picture tube. It's going to cost a lot more than $60 to $75 for that. You're better off replacing the TV.

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If you still have the sound when the picture blanks out you might have a weak picture tube . Are the colors bright or somewhat weak . If they are its the picture tube . Now if it has good color and brightness then you may have a loose connection in the set or something wrong in the video circuit . Older sony tv tend to have weak picture tubes .

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The most common cause for a bowed picture is the convergence power supply module. The module will fail and sometimes blow the fuse. Average cost of repair would be around $100, if you brought it to a tv shop, more for in home service.

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