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PHILLIPS 60 IN

WHEN IT GETS COLD THE SOUND OR NOTHING WIIL WORK UNTIL IT HEATS UP

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  • HappySpleen May 11, 2010

    When it heats up dose the picture shrink and expand for a bit?

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Shrinking and expanding or no audio/video is fairly common problem.Goto www.magnavoxhelp.com to see if they have a  repair kit.

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

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