Question about Televison & Video
Just as a leaky pipe requires a plumber, or a car that will not start requires a mechanic, a problem such as this requires a television technician. While some Sony sets of this era had early failure of the CRT, many have not and are quality sets with picture quality that is hard to match with LCD. A repair shop with the training, tools, and experience required will be able to repair this problem cost-effectively or at least explain why it is not cost effective (in those cases). Due to the great number of small parts that can cause a symptom such as this, hands-on evaluation is the only sure way to find out. A shop that charges a modest evaluation fee is the best recommendation here, as they can afford the time to be accurate.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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