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I have a 35in t.v model cs-3505r made in 1989. picture starting to jump after its on for hour. if I turn it off for awhile its fine, then it start jumping again. Is there anything that I could do?

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Just to make you aware that this TV is 11 if not 12 years old.

With age comes issues with components such as the picture tube 'CRT' or more likely 'Capacitors' to which are drying out.
These are like small little batteries that over time just don't hold their voltage charge anymore. If it's rated for 9 Volts DC it's only charging to 4 of 5 volts at first. Over some time when the TV is on it might just get up to 7 or 8 volts and start to work again.

Unless you change all or know what specific capacitors to change yourself. Might be best to invest in a new flat panel TV.
Just a thought!
A/V Media Guy

Posted on Feb 03, 2010


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