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My picture is now too bright and black and white. Is this even worth attempting to repair, is there something I can do myself.

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The problem you describe is component failure in or arround the Horizontal Output Transformer section usually.. I would take it to the shop & get a "Quote" B4 proceeding.. there aint much ya can do yaself really without a Service manual etc.

Posted on Jul 31, 2007

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