Question about Toshiba CX36G60 36" TV
Yes, you can save it, however, it will need to be repaired if it isn't turning on. The questions will be whether the part needed to repair it is still available and whether you want to spend what it will cost to repair it. Likely, one or more parts will need to be replaced and the labor alone will run between $75 and $125.
So, consider the age of the set and whether you want to put money into an out of warranty TV or use the funds towards the purchase of a new one.
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Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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