I have a 1996 Magnavox Model No. 1146960001 and just yesterday the screen started flickering and today the screen is black with sound. I have no clue about TV's, or where to call to find out information. Do you think this is just a part problem, the tv is dead or do you know of any place I can contact for such an old tv?
I saw a previous post about CRT fluid for fuzzy screens - which seemed to be a problem we had also. We moved this tv in a truck about 45 miles recently also, and wondered if we could of knocked something loose on the way. We are lost.. Please help :)
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reboot using the key HOLD the key CTRL +F11 OR F12 depend of your computer model use restore factory default. or reboot using disck or USB. Other wise restart HOLD the key CTRL+F8with network, and use the CHKDSK command for repair.
Your friend is right, you have damaged the ribbon to the top screen, you can buy them from the internet with the screen, and you can buy the tools also to unscrew the case, if you dont think you can do that, their are also places you can sent it to get it fixed, look on the internet.
power supply or inverter board failing if the power board is the problem it will have blown caps
little cans with puffy tops because the caps have vented if you don't see that then your inverter has died that model id out of production so try shop jimmy. com
checked the vedeo section of the main PCB of the unit, maybe some defective parts, try to look the back of the picture tube if theres a light, if none, cheke also the horizontal section, especially the flyback transformer