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Green Flash and Then Nothing After 20 Seconds

My KP51HW40 TV has a bad green CRT. I have found that this CRT is no longer available from Sony. Any ideas? Has anyone experienced or received compensation from Sony for their lack of available replacement CRT's?

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I'm sure if you call an AV repair company, like Tweeter in Durham/Raleigh NC 866-689-9269, they can still access these parts. Not sure it's worth your trouble though, the individual guns are about $500 each :-(

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CRT nowadays have no replacements. Maybe you'll find 1 in the Philippines on surplus shops. Is a bad decision though

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There is one easy thing you may be able to do to correct this problem---It involves no replacement of parts and is just adjusting the Green screen control---usually if this is the case when set comes on background will be somewhat (in your case) green---best way to see this is turn set on and have it on a unused video input---if screen appears somewhat green and has curved retrace lines--you may be able to turn the Green screen control down and continue to use the set---set will shut down if any of the 3 picture tubes pulls too much current--ie--goes to bright green, red or blue.

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