Question about Philips 19PR19 19" TV
It's seldom the parts that cost much, it's the labor to figure out which parts are causing the trouble that make TV repairs expensive. Many things can cause a TV to behave the way you describe, so I can't point out one or two specific parts. Even if I knew exactly what was causing the problem, you might have trouble getting the parts or lack the tools and soldering skills to replace them. It's possible to do more damage trying to repair a set without some experience. So while it's certainly fixable, it's probably not economical for this small of a TV. You could easily replace it for the same cost you'd likely face if you have a technician service it. Use this as an excuse to find yourself a new TV.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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