Question about Televison & Video
I called the Maxent company and talked to a tech who told me this is a thermal problem with either the video board or some other board. He said a TV repair shop could diagnose the problem and the part would be $200 to $400 to replace. We just decided to live with the "warming up period" of a minute or so. We just turn the TV on and leave the room so we don't get seizures from the flashing. Kind of silly, but it works.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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