Question about Westinghouse Televison & Video
After the TV has been on for a while: unplug it and, remove the TV's
back cover; feel the individual components on the circuit boards to see which feel too hot compared to the other components using only one hand.
then: go get a can of component cooler or, freon from a radio shack store.
remove the TV back while the tv is on and warmed up, not working well;
spray each: i.c. or, component that appeared too hot;
when the TV starts working correctly, you will have found the problem part replace that part.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
First off I need to know the exact model number of the unit. Once I have that information I can try and assist you further.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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