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Rca f25432 when tv is on audio is find but the pic is blury and you cant read anything on menu guide

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Picture blury problem is due to 1 focus wire loose or disconnected due to long life of connection.this wire is in crt base. 2 focus control mistunned. 3 low voltage on crt electodes. 4 if tv is old then crt is getting weak. 5 crt base or connector loose hope this helps. good luck

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