Question about Proscan Televison & Video
TV repair guy is right. There are three separate tubes inside your tv (red, blue and green) that are set up to project perfectly on top of each other so that their pictures line up exactly. These tv's have shorter lives do to the fact that they are using the same technology as a conventional tv but they have seriously cranked the power up on these things. They run hotter and harder than any other tv out there. I recomend thinking fondly of the happy days that you had with this tv, then giving it a proper burial and upgrading to HD.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
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