Question about Televison & Video
I have a 5 year old 32" Toshiba TV which started working only when I hit it on it's side and then shuts off again. I opened the back to see if there was a disconnected wire but found no problem and so I closed it up again. After closing it up, the TV stopped turning on completely. Should I get rid of the TV or should I try to get it repaired? What do you think?
I would see if there is any place in your town that can repair for cheap. I wouldn't spend more than $40-50 to repair. I have seen in my area people giving away tube tvs for free on Craigslist.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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