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Where to buy CRT TV Philips tube ?

CRT TV Philips 29PT8403/58 shows only black-and-white. Most likely the TV tube is broke, needs replacement. Where can I buy one ?
Tech specs - 29", 100 Hz, not real flat, red wood frame

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  • kirr123 Jul 24, 2008

    according to local experts opinion tube was fried. Can u help us to get a new one ? I'm a fan of classic tube TV, especially Philips

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Picture tube will not cause NO color problem, color circuitry problem.

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I have some 27'' Philips for sale...$50

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Hi friend,,,
welcome to fixya

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but it is unusual,so check the tube.

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