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Blue screen I have a Zenith Sentry 2 from 1993. When I turn it on it only has a blue screen with faint horizontal white lines. It has sound when I plug in a dvd player.

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  • Anonymous Nov 21, 2007

    I have the same model and year and the same problem. Any luck?

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Try to solder any loose connection

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