Question about Panasonic CT-36G23 36" TV
In older CRT televisions the horizontal power supply can start to degrade causing the picture to shrink.
Take it to a qualified repair man to have him replace the particular components that are starting to die. This repair will require identifying the particular component and replacing it.
Often times just finding the bad component can take hours of troubleshooting by a skilled technician.
Tho, before you take it in try ruling out one simple issue like bad mains voltage. Try plugging it into a different outlet in a different part of the house.
Posted on May 01, 2008
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