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Sony triniton screen

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I have an older TV (not flat) and the picture disappears. It goes black on half and then disappears. The sound comes through. Is it repairable and is it worth repairing?
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No,if you fix it then who knows it might be expensive first of all. Also it can brake again ,just get a new tv

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