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Turn on tv pic turns gray and black lines then turns off

I turn my tv on and gray and black horizontal lines for about five seconds and then the tv turns off. it is a phillips magnavox tv model # TS2774C101 manufactured in 1999 3219W181B. I would like to know what part it might be because it is such a great picture and tv. i do not have the $ to lay out for a new tv so it would be great if u could help me.

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Hello,

I am happy to assist you. If I am not mistaked about your model, I know of a fix for some models and that for sure. According to your description, I know of this descripition and if it fits the fix I know about then I am sure to tell you the problem.

You have to take the back off the set (UNPLUG TV) and look on the neck of the picture tube on the circuit board there is a resistor (do research on what a resistor is on the net) that opens up and it is a 10 ohm resistor and the color code is brown black black. It is about half inch long with wire coming out both sided sitting straight up position from the circuit board. Can be measured with an ohm meter. You can get 5 of them for a dollar at Radio Shack and it must be soldered in after taking the old one out being careful not to break the printed circuit.

Your symptom should be also getting brighter and brighter and then shutting off.

Hope this helps

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