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If it's the TV on the picture, It would be cheaper to by a new set. I repair TV's and old school picture tubes are very hard to find and not worth the time to replace. Flat screens show better and use a 3rd of the energy.
Are the A/V cords plugged in correctly? Know that the wires and jacks are color coded and OUT should always go to IN and vice versa. Also check the cords and jacks for damage. This may solve your problem, let me know if it dosen't and I may have other solutions for you. Good luck to you!