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I have a jensen 9311ts and the screen on the tv is broke and once in a while if u hit the screen it turns on only for a second then back off kinda like a fade what can i do to fix this?

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If you are experienced or just have enough confidence in yourself with electronics... try opening the top of the radio and check the video ribbon. DO NOT TRY THIS IF YOU ARE NOT SURE OF YOURSELF! I am not responsible for any damage caused to yourself or your radio.

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