Question about Sharp 25R-S100 25" TV
How i get out of old technolgy????? dear BUBRUCE
Sorry if that sounded kind of kurt. All that i ment is that the price of repeadly fixing an older tube tv may start to outweigh the price of a new flat panel tv. Also samsung (if you like that brand) is still making high definition slim fit tube tv's. Which is an older technology driven tv with new bells and wistles. Also sony's XBR line is an absolutely fantastic tv. When tube tv's were being mas produced sony came up with the XBR line and have been using it ever since. If you can find an XBR series tube tv for a reasonable price you can bet on the fact that it will be a phoneminal tv without spending the mass amounts of money on a flat panel. But as for the repeated burn up of your transistor i cant be of much help. And if thats all you care about doing is fixing the tv you already have well then i just wasted a few min. of your life. I wish i could be of more help on this.
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
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