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Screen is black

I have a 27" Phillips Magnavox. I watching tv when the screen went black but I still have sound. Is my picture tube gone or can I save this tv? It's a Nov. 98 with model # 25tr15 c122, then it has chassis model # 25b800-7562. Any advice will be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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Re: screen is black

On that tv you have to check just for circuit of high voltage - check
transistor near flyback transformer - delfo

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