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I have a 2003 42 inch Studio Series not sure what model it is, but I need to know how much it cost and where to get a blue picture tube. Nobody will help me with this TV b/c they have never heard of it before.

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That's because you can't replace it alone. All three colour guns are built into the 42" tube assembly.

Your tv is toast.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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    Obertelli Jul 01, 2009

    Please disregard my answer to your question and accept my apologies; before answering I should have asked you to clarify the exact model number as your may be a rear projector tv.



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