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No picture after using dvd player

I was watching cable TV & decided to use the DVD player. After I turned on the DVD player, the TV (tube) went out and would not turn back on again. Tech Support said it was probably the A board, C board or the "1 K video patch." It would be $250 to come out and look at the TV. Can I diagnose & fix this myself? Browser

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Re: no picture after using dvd player

$250.00 is a lot of money to have some one come and check your set.but if you are not a tech you wont be able to fix it yourself it is very technical.your problem is a faulty power supply or related circuit. good luck why dont you take there?

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