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Lost picture on tv

I still have sound, can change channels but have lost picture & text on my tv. just get arty pastel shapes. just turned it off and unplugged as i can smell burning!.tv about 8 years old.

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I THINK THERE IS HIGH MOISTURE LEVEL IN YOUR HOUSE SO TRY TO AFFORD LCD OR PLASMA TELEVISION.

BESIDE THAT YOU HAVE TO DO SERVICING OF YOUR TELEVISION BEFORE AND AFTER RAINY SEASON.

THIS HAPPEN DUE TO MOISTURE.

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