Question about Toshiba 32AF44 32" TV
There are small tact switches behind the buttons on the front of the TV set. These switches go intermittent sometimes on Toshiba TV's and will cause all sorts of problems. This could be due to someone spraying the front ogf the screen with cleaner and the cleaner dripping down the front by the picture tube and dripping onto the printed circuit board. This can be checked by carefully sliding out the chassis of the TV set and looking for a green corrosion around the small switches. If you have no experience with printed circuit boards or TV repair, play it safe and take the TV set into a repair shop, as this should not be a big deal or cost you a great deal of cash. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 06, 2007
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