Question about Standard (CRT) Televisions
When turning my 10 year old Panasonic CRT TV on (either from standby mode or at the switch) no picture (or sound) appears and it then quickly, within 5-10 seconds, switches itself into standby mode. This happens consistently, not sporadically - i.e. the set doesn't work. Is this a recognised symptom and if so can it be fixed, and how? I like my CRT TV and don't want to get ripped off being forced into buying LCD/Plasma.
Is this a recognised symptom? yes the problem in power supply. it is due to switching oscillator& switcing output circuit probabaly capacitor & transistor. as set is very old so after power supply is ok check for horizontal output also. can it be fixed? yes it is common & not major problem
Posted on Oct 08, 2007
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