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Turning on we moved in a uhaul across the US. since we plugged in the television it seems to be taking a longer and longer time to come up after turning it on.

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We moved in a uhaul across the US. Moving from one place to another has got nothing to do with tv operation. if it takes more time for light to come then it is a problem in brightness ckt or tube getting weak if tv is old tv. if on the whole more time means cap in power supply might be a problem good luck.

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