My phillips tube televison started turning off after about 5 or 10 minutes. When it's on picture and sound work great.
Is their some solution I can try.
I'm not sure this tv is worth a costly service call.
Thanks for your time
It looks like that your TV is overheating. Most of the TV's have a fail safe so if any case they are over heating it will shut off so it doesn't damage the TV. i would advise that you seek help of a professional in your area.
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a good indication of one or more electrolitic capacitors failing or a cathode ray tube ie picture tube with a heat related internal short shutting down the high voltage system if this is a rear projection tv time to call a certified electronic tech
try to check the supply of the heater from the picture tube..check for open resistors..the heater is located at the CRT board it is the board that connected to the picture tube the supply of the heater comes from the plyback...
Hi - Yes. There are high voltage components in your CRT TV that only a certified TV repair shop should repair. And the cost of that would likely be over $100 so you are definitely better off getting a new LCD TV. You will also save a great deal of electricity with your new TV, my 55" only uses $19 worth of electricity a year. And the picture is much better as well.
Have fun shopping!