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Goldstar 19in TV

I have a Goldstar 19in Tv the problem I am having with it is the picture is dark and the screen has a lot of small dots some stations are not as dark as some but the spots are still there any sugestions on what I can do to try and fix it myself.

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Goldstar tv 19in keep on clicking the relay but it does not come on.what could be doing that?

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I have a sony dvd .i took it to one of the repairing man .but he too off some of his aparts so could you please send me a picture of the aparts sony dvd dvp-ns450 .thank you so much

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Chang the screen socket with the same type of socket

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Re: Goldstar 19in TV

First check if the signal source is Ok - Antenna, cable, Cable connector.... One of them is at fault.

Posted on Sep 26, 2006

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SOURCE: Sony Trinitron KV35V36 Glass Chip

fill in the spot with clear epoxy from radio shack. Place shipping tape over the epoxy and turn the screen up if possible to make the repair flat. Wipe off any excess epoxy as the tape is applied. The break refracts the light from the screen away from you and makes it appear dark. Remove the tape after the epoxy sets. Do not open the unit up. The aquadag can hold high voltage for up to a month. There should be no danger of breaking the crt itself if you're careful. Over time, recycling the power on and off may make any cracks propagate but if there are none now it should be ok.

Posted on Nov 30, 2007

SOURCE: Sony trinitron TV KV-27TS27 screen remains dark

how do i adjust the brightness if i dont have the controler?

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