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Blue Screen This T.V. has always worked. Just recently when turned on all that comes up is a blue screen. Changing the chanells does nothing. The VCR part works fine. Need some help please.

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Hello, If you are using this combo with cable and the channels just coming through, you will need to replace the tuner(mounts vertically on the main board and it's located directly behind the cable/antenna connector). If you are trying to use this TV with a set of rabbit ears, the free signal channels turnes digital last year and that is why you get nothing. The tuner as an assembly is still available from a couple of sources: Partstore.com and Union Electronics(johnl@ued.net)

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