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  • robbhb Aug 23, 2008

    does that require replacing the bulbs altogether or replace filters and what should that cost. I have only had the tv- 3 years so i am not too happy.

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The filters on your picture tubes are going bad

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  • Ronnie Houston Aug 23, 2008

    you would have to have the filers changed out cost guestimate is about 300,00 range

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