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No picture...Sound is fine.

Toshiba CF32H40 is approximately 7-8 years old. No picture...black screen with good audio quality. Checked all cables/connections. Appears to be a fuse or tube. What is an estimate for repair? Recommendation for repair given cost or replace? Thanks...

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Most likely : The Filiment CIRCUIT on the CRT board or a verticle problem, but first make sure all connected properly, then go ahead with the above???

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There are no tubes, except the picture tube, to replace.. itys a solid state set. your problem is most likly thefiliment circuiut on the crt board, or maybe a verticle problem. I would say with A set of this ventage, will most likly cost to repair more then the sets worth.

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