Question about Hitachi Televison & Video
We have a 12 year old Hitachi 60" Ultravision TV that has a bad green tube that is leaking. I was told it was not worth repairing and that it would be very costlty - any advice?
If this has only started to leak recently, get an estimate from a local servicer for a coolant replacement for that tube. The coolant is corrosive and needs to be cleanedup ASAP from any circuit board that it has touched before there is damage. This is NOT a DIY repair. Expect a repair cost in the $300 range for parts and labor. If the set had a good picture prior to this, it may be worth the repair. This is your call. Do not delay however, as any delay will increase the likelyhood that there will be more damage that needs repair.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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