My television when turned on stays in standby mode
(the light is red) it turns green for a split second but then goes strait back to red.
does anyone know how to fix this ?
I have tried unplugging for 10 minutes to see if it reboots its self,
using the remote controls but nothing seems to work.
anyone any ideas???
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Tv's are designed to check themselves for problems when 1st turned on. If something is shorted and a voltage goes to high they will not turn on fully. It sounds like your set is trying to turn on yet sees a problem then goes back into standby mode. This can be cause by many different circuit problems. Generally repairs can range from $75 to over $200 depending on problem and brand. I only recommend repairs if half the cost or less to fix. Since your ? only stated it's a CRT. I would recommend your purchase a new LED LCD TV. CRT (cathode ray tube) Tv's are now old technology. You could probally find a new set for the price to fix the old.
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