Question about Televison & Video
I have model # CS26301 televison (15 years old). When I turn it on, I get a blue screen. It takes anywhere from 10 minutes to 2 hours for the picture to come on. It went to the shop and they said a board was bad. Which board is bad and how can I get one?
I don't know your exact model, but generaly speaking it may be from the board that contains the main video processor.
When changing a board, there are generaly some setups that have to be done. It is not a simple board swap as like in your computer. You will need the TV shop to do the board change.
The board would have to be ordered from the manufacture of the set.
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
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