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Sony 27" XBR failure

TV is >10 years old. Failure mode is second-hand from my daughter, but while watching she described the picture slowly shrinking to a small circle in center of screen. Turn-off and turn-on worked very briefly, then the same thing happened. I tried unplugging, plugging directly into wall, TV does not respond to remote or power switch. No sound, no lights, nothing. Sounded like blown tube, except for the fact it came on a second time. Any thoughts? Thanks.

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I will suggest dont ise it until someone who is qualified comes over to give you an estimate,I belive you have a lot of loose conections in the horizontal driver and output circuits,power supply and crt board.Should not be expensive to repair right now. Good luck.

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