Question about Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-36FS120 36" TV
While watching TV it turned itself off and now won't turn back on.?? I can't tell if the tube blew or if it's something else. But given what it would cost to have the TV serviced as well as the continually dropping prices on new HDTV sets I wonder if it's even worth fixing? Any advice out there? Thank you.
Just a comment to clarify "everything is going HD next year".
Next year ('09) Broadcast television is moving to new digital channels from current analog postions. This move means older TV's will only work if your on a cable system. If your on an antenna, you can purchase a low cost "Converter Box" that will keep your set working in '09 and beyond.
This has nothing to do with HD. There is no mandate for Broadcasters to transmit an HD signal. It is purely a business decision each Broadcasters will make. Digital does not mean HD.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
Hi there, yes its still worth fixing. it cost less than the new one. on the other hand, if the FBT is damage you may think of buying a new one. ty
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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