Question about Toshiba TP50F60/61 TV
Hello. Your Toshiba is suffering from old age. Let me explain. The circuit boards in all electronic equipment relies on solder. Years ago, solder was 50% lead. Today, for safety reasons and due to legislation, that lead content has been drastically reduced. The primary result is that modern circuit boards have a much shorter life expectancy than the old ones did. Your TV, as you describe, went through the aging process gradually and has now "kicked" the proverbial bucket for all intents and purposes. Repairing all of that deteriorated circuitry would be prohibitive cost wise. Start shopping around for a replacement. The new ones are better, cheaper and digital! Joe
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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