Question about Zenith B27A11Z 27" TV
Sorry to say, you need a new TV. The picture tube is bad, and allowing high voltage to feed back into the set where it shouldn't go. It would cost more to replace the picture tube (and probably the circuit board as well, as that usually gets damaged too) than a new TV.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hi, sorry to tell you this, but static electricity has killed every conceivevable type of electronic device ever built by man or woman. The insides of your TV has very high voltage and the only safe solution is to take it to a repair man. Ask for a qoute before any work is done, try to get at least 2 quotes.
It may be cheaper to replace than repair the unit and with 2 quotes you will know that you are not being conned.
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