Question about Televison & Video
The only solution to fix this problem is to get it repaired.
Sounds like you've got a tube out.Or lets say that your having a lamp problem. Hopefully you got an extended warranty on it because that can get quite expensive depending on the model, size (TV) and availability (of the tube) It could be connections, but i highly doubt it. If you've got a warranty on it, call the warranty company and they will set you up with an appointment at a TV repair shop.
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Posted on May 01, 2008
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