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Sound but no video

Hello all. I have a problem with my Mitsubishi CS-27205 TV. I turned it on this morning and I have perfect sound but no video at all. I have only a VCR hooked up to it, and video problem happens via coax cable or A/V cables. I can't make the adjustements to the screen because even the on-screen display does not show up. A different TV worsk fine in this setup so i don't have any issues related to the incoming cable. Any ideas? Is this fixable or is my TV essentially dead? Thanks in advance for any help you can give me. Dan

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Re: Sound but no video

This looks like an internal fuse has blown, or a problem with the start up circuit. It could be just a small mains transformer about 5 cm cube in size has a fault. They have a built in over temperature cut out which may take half hour to reset.

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