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I have a philips 60inch projection tv.while getting the crts out to change coolant some coolant got on the main it the tv pops on and shuts down after a few seconds

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As I mentioned this TV doesn't use ballast(s), it user CRTs and the time when you need to change one is if the picture looks out of focus of one of the colors.
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