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36" tube tv. picture fuzzy and out of focus

Hi i have a philips 36pw8719 and recently the picture has become really fuzzy, blurry etc.( unwatchable )now and again it corrects itself but for only a small length of time. i,ve removed all scarts etc and it stays the same. it is gradually getting worse and happens as soon as i turn the tv on. any ideas? thanks

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  • anthony madden Jan 04, 2007

    thanks henlopen this is what i was hoping that the rapair would be costly as it probably means i get vouchers for an equivelant up todate model of the original price. the engineer is coming in the morning. once again thanks.

  • jf_1515 Nov 25, 2007

    DLP I have a Toshiba 57" DLP Projection TV Model # 57H82 that has a fuzzy picture. It recently developed a blurry picture.The picture corrects after I shut it off for a couple of minutes then turn it back on but then resumes to the fuzzy/blurry state after half an hour of running. Also the audio input went out as well. It seems to me that something shorted in the main pcb board but I'm not sure. Anyone knows how to fix this.

  • fuzzy 36 Apr 20, 2008

    Same TV same problem. Started about 2 months ago then went away for about 6 weeks.

    Now so bad i cannot watch at all.

  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2008

    When I turn on TV picture is fuzzy for couple of minutes and then clear itself

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It sounds like you may have a G1 intermittent short in the picture tube, which unless it is still in warranty would not be worth repairing.

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Suspect the disc ceramic capacitor decoupling the supply to the g2 on crt board

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