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65" toshiba projection tv no picture but has sound..

We were in the middle of watching tv and the picture just disappeared.... only about 3-4 yrs old..

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  • tyrancotton Sep 17, 2009

    no it did not lose power... i was going to watch something on my dtv dvr, and the picture just went out.. i can still hear what is on, just no picture..

  • Jim Clark May 11, 2010

    Did it lose power ?

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If you could hear only sound in tv and not picture means it might be the picture tube problem just check it.

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

  • Eric Jackson
    Eric Jackson Apr 28, 2014

    how do you check it

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