Question about Sony KV-20FV12 20" TV
Lightning strike last night and channel is stuck. Will not change. the number changes on screen but picture doesn't change. Is it worth fixing?
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It may be too late for this advice, but if you live in a lightning prone area, you should consider having a 'whole house surge protector' installed.
The cost should be well under $300 (a lot less if you install it) and with the included insurance (most often for $25,000) it is a good investment.
If your house was struck, I'm surprised you don't have a list of things that no longer work.
No, I don't think it is worth the cost of a repair, if you can even find someone to do it for you.
Most of us are retired-
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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