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Re: It wont turn on!
I know you would expect a Tv to last longer than that, but for that brand, I believe it quit right on schedule. It could be anything from a blown fuse associated with a failed part from a power surge, or just defective capacitors in the power supply.
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It sounds that the width of the picture to your TV is more than normal. There are two reasons for this fault. If the width adjustment data value in its service menu mode has been misaligned or the output DC voltage from the main power regulator is more than normal. You can determine which among the condition stated above is now effected to your TV Just look at the picture. If the width and height of the picture is seem to be more than normal, make sure that the power regualtor section circuit has the fault. If the dimension of the picture is affected to its width only, [excess than normal] the data value with service mode should be checked. Also note the position of the picture. If the picture position has moved so much than normal, ether towards left in this case, you have to adjust the picture position. Anyway, it will be best to contact any experienced service technician, since, service mode entry and data adjustment are skilled work.
hmm could that be a "sylvania 6427 gff".. i have seen a suffix of FF, GFF and GFG ... but not TE ... at any rate those are actually CRT displays .. probably the last of their kind ... they produce a really good but standard defination picture ... when you first turn it on it should come up with a setup menu ... if the cable is connecgted at the time it should find at least a few digital channels ..probably no standard channels ...most of those models do have standard and digital tuners but not sure about your TE model ...you might try unplugging your set for a few hours ... when you turn it back on it should come up with the menu system ...you will likely need a cable box to get most of the cable channels... but you may be able to get some ..you could try hookinng up rabbit ear antenna to see what local channels you can get ....