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RCA 37'' has sound but no picture

While watching a ball game last week, the picture appeared to be getting "interference" (lines/static in picture) then screen went black and has not come back. Sound is perfect. Any ideas on a fix or if it's even worth fixing?

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Re: RCA 37'' has sound but no picture

1)confirm service # on back of tv 2)Is sound from tv or surround system? 3)suspect bad flyback xformer.

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