I have a 11 1/2 " by 9" Magnavox TV that fall from my dresser on the carpet of my bedroom last week. The picture works great but there is now no more sound at all. I tried to reprogram it but did not work. Would you have any idea what to check? one of the speaker came off and we glued it back with no success.
Thanks in advance. Marie
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Dressers are more historically known fordining rooms for keeping crockery and cutlery in. The more typical term for adining room dresser is a welsh dresser. Most dressers that are manufactured noware made for the bedroom.
I have same problem with mine, the power button turns red (as usual) but no picture. When i turned mine on last night it made a crackle noise and thats how it all started. I can even hear the normal sounds it makes as if it were turning on, but still no picture. Its a great tv I would hate to throw away. I want to fix it myself any help would be appreciated!
Pull the front cover off at the bottom. You will see a panel which has to be removed using a screw driver. Inside you will see the lamp assembly. It is a removable box. The lamp can be changed out by just changing out the connections on the new lamp. Before you pull it though try reducing your picture size to 4:3 it helped us to get a little more life out of our lamp.
Most likely your Cathode Ray Tube or CRT is going bad. That model number reflects an older TV. What you are describing is a fairly common problem for that television. If you bump the TV and it improves or gets worse then you know there may be a short.. Either way, I would recommend that you use our Premium Service or use our online resources to find a repair person near you. Good luck.