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The bottom 6in. is black no picture

Its a 1999 toshiba tz43v61 it just lost the bottom of the screen. it is very dusty in side

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I cleaned the dust, then tapped on the two little black boxes that have like a sparkplug wire going to the tv tube its been 3 weeks and still works fine.

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