Question about Televison & Video
Go to www.free service manuals type in your make and model number they should have one, some information you have to pay for depending on how new/old your set is! Also i hope you do understand that your television does hold a charge of 46,000 volts up to 49,000 volts so unless you know how to repair this my advice for you is to take your set to a tv repair shop! this is no easy fix it yourself deal. Thank You for asking fixya.Have a nice day.
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
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