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Erevything runs out of gas! To make sure remove the gas cap and stick in afunnel with your ear over the end of the funnell shake the car and you should hear the gas slossing around, If you don't put more gas in and try again. Gas costs enough and with so many peaple out of work the gas you just bought before you gaot home may well be in someones elses tank and you've been sucked dry and the gauge sender was damaged and tells you about gas that's not in there.
Sounds like something may be shorted out inside keeping the power supply loaded enough it wont start, dont recommend trying to fix unless you know EXACTLY what you are doing, there are some high voltages inside, I wold Call a TV tech out to repair, Just FYI, these sets from Phillips/MAG usually have CRT fluid getting cloudy causing discoloration/fog to pix around this age and older, between both repairs, some sets start around $1000, just an idea.