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TV picture doesn't work

The other day I was watching TV, and heard a pop. My tv now doesn't have a picture, but it does have sound. I'd like to note that for the past two years, the TV made a high pitched sound all the time. Any idea of what's wrong with it? Should I buy a new tv or can I get it fixed? Thanks!

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  • TKMAN Dec 26, 2007

    the flyback transformer is bad per my TV repairman. He is telling me he cannot get the part. He said that the manufacturer can not provide us with the appropriate replacement part. I read on the related item that they found the part for $31.90, this was postede 10/22/2007. Where did they find the part?


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Anonymous

That sounds to me like a flyback transformer went bad. I just had this issue because the ceramic coating on my flyback cracked and caused it to arc off. I got a new one delivered for 31.90 and soldered it in and viola! Perfect 32" tv once again.

Posted on Oct 22, 2007

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