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Image burned into screen

Image from TV station where the TV is from is burnt into screen (station logo). Can the screen be replaced cheaply?

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Re: Image burned into screen

The image you see is burned in the CRT's,nothing wrong with

screens.As you might expect, red,green and blue CRT's are

very expensive,about 400.00 each.

Posted on Oct 23, 2007

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