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No raster, No sound

Model of the phillips tv x04636 21'' wooden was not found on line, i used the above to pass over my problem to you experts to help find a solution. the screen of my tv lights with no raster and sound. the channel display is also off. where does the problem lie. eargall waiting for you troubleshooting guide. best regards, sam wepukhulu

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Your problem discription is not very detailed but certainly it sounds like the first place to look would be at the fuses if the set is completely dead. Good luck.

Posted on Jun 23, 2006

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