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TV wouldn't turn on.

My TV wouldn't turn on and so I unplugged it, then plugged it in again. It turned on this time but now I have a distored screen. It seems a bit blurry, especially around the edges where there is also a rainbow glow. What happened and is it repairable?

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I think you have a burn element called PTC in it it is a kind of remegnetizing the screen to get no magnetic fields affect the screen needs diagonous by qualified regards , plz don't forget to rate thx

Posted on May 03, 2007

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