Question about Televison & Video
Considering the age of the unit, my sugggestion would be to replace it. Dust normally collects inside on the components which in turn causes overheating. It could really be anything from loose joints on the main board to Line transformer or tube arcing over. Static interference from an external electrical source could also be the culprit. Check the mains for good connectivity. Good Luck,JUS004
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
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