Question about Zenith A27A23W 27" TV
That's not a good sign. There are a number of parts in any TV that can put on quite a show when they fail. In many Zenith models, picture tube failure can cause this when high voltage gets back onto the circuit board. The glow you mentioned, if it was on the screen, is one symptom of such a failure.
Having this repaired is uneconomical. Labor alone may be $60 or more (I'm sure it will be...our shop charged that for a complex repair when I left the service business almost 10 years ago) and then you need parts. The repair bill could easily approach replacement cost, especially if it is the picture tube (and then it would cost more to repair than replace).
Use this as an excuse to treat yourself to a new TV. There's almost always a sale somewhere on small flat-screen models.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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