I turned on my tv and it was playing fine and then the picture bowed so i turned it off and it didnt come back on no picture or sound could it be the tube ? and where is the tube in the set and where if needed can
can i have it repaired or tube replaced also how much would that cost me.
The most common cause for a bowed picture is the convergence power supply module. The module will fail and sometimes blow the fuse.
Average cost of repair would be around $100, if you brought it to a tv shop, more for in home service.
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i have had this problem on one of my tv s all i did was remove the back of the tv and re-solder all the joints around the tuner (thats where the arieal goes) they go with time because the joints there get so hot . hope this helps
the camera is working , i did what the guy said with turning to tv and 15 and open battery top , it took 5no times working fine ,thanks very much its amazing and unbeleavable im stuck for words , thanks again regards jamie bow th
I have a sansui 19" LCD TV+DVD I had to attempt multiple times turning the TV on to get a picture. The sound was fine. This kept happening when I would go to turn on the set the TV kept playing fine with picture & sound but after the 2nd attemts I turned it off & then tried to turn it back on which took multiple attempts, it kept playing for a few minutes then the picture went out but the sound was still there. The set is not yet 2 years old.
yes it could ba the cable itself even, but i suspect more the tuner circuit or tuner itself may have bad solder connections. Here is another test for you to try, plug another dvd or vcr, or xbox etc. into the back, using one odf the inputs. See if this works like the built in dvd. if so it will be more likely bad connections in the tuner or surrounding circuit.