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Color switches to b/w, then a click, then color, then b/w, click, etc.

The TV has worked just fine since January 2002 until today (March 22, 2008). The picture shows just fine in color, then 1 to 2 seconds later it blurs somewhat and the color goes away and there are a number of horizontal lines, then at the 4 to 5 second mark, it makes a click noise, then goes back to color, then b/w, then click noise. I bang it on the side, top, etc. and nothing. I took it away and put another TV in its place and that works just fine, so I know it is not the cable. Any ideas?

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Good day.

I think your problem is with the crt circuit. It is the one on the rear of your picture tube. Some loose connections may occured in there. Also, check if the flyback is arching. Sometimes, the voltage on the flybach itself causes this.


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Posted on Mar 23, 2008

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