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Tv flickers I am looking at purchasing a used set from a friend but have been advised that the screen flickers. She thinks it is a bulb/lamp that needs changing. Does this sound right and if so, is it easy to change, how much do they cost and where can I purchase one?

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This is no bulb issue. its the tuner. this will cost 79.00 for the part. it is repairable. This is the beginnings of tuner issues. the flickering is the starting point.

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