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Power goes on, but no picture or sound??

The picture tube seemed to be going, but no one knew why the picture on the screen was shrinking and fluctuating in/out. I know this model (9p6031c103), is 9 yrs old and discontinued. There has to be a way to remedy this issue? Help!!

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Maybe the horizontal output goes bad or the flyback are damaged

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