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Tv picture is jumping, direct tv said to throw the tv out; isn't there a bulb or something i can replace. there is no television repair shop listed in the phone book.

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  • mturnergamt Apr 28, 2008

    I am shocked that someone replied. The front of the TV says: "Funai, F19TR1C. I presume that is the model #.



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I would need your model number in order to even begin to help you

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