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Clearer HDTV picture?

5 year old tv the HDTV is not as clear as it once used to be. recently changed service from comcast to AT&T u verse. now the HDTV is not as clear.What can be done?

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  • agnesl75 May 11, 2010

    Hi Slinteriors,
    Would you tell me where I can buy crt coolant & How to change it?
    my hdtv is 55pp93
    Thank you,
    Agnes 

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I second the coolant change...from expierance ;)) Helps greatly.

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Quite possible that the coolant is getting contaminated as thats a normal occurance with phillips after a few years. If the color seems dim and not focusing properly its almost certain that the CRT coolant will need changing

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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