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My tv turns off on its own during session.

The screen went white but you can still hear what you were watching then it turns off.

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Either the picture tube(crt) went bad, or the 200 volt source to it isnt there. this is usually derived from a pulse from the flyback transformer. in some sets, there are luminance buffer transistors(part of the rgb drive) that can go bad

Posted on Aug 09, 2007

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