Question about Televison & Video
It looks like the green CRT is kaput and will have to be replaced. It could even be that the video IC is faulty. If this is the
case, then you may have to get a competent local technician to check the TV and
get the necessary parts replaced.
If you think you can handle soldering, etc and try a DIY, click HERE for step-by-step instructions along with pics on how to do it.
You could try doing a hard reset, although I think it may not work, as the green light is not glowing at all...Anyway, if you want to try, simply disconnect all the cables and power supply from behind the TV, wait about 4 hrs and reconnect.
In my honest opinion, though, I suggest getting the TV checked by a qualified technician even if it costs a bit more. TV capacitors and insides carry high voltages and could be potentially dangerous if a novice tries to open it up...
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Posted on Apr 30, 2008
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