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TV powers on then shuts off

I turn the TV on, the screen is looks green with static, then turns off by itself. I have another model just like it for parts, is there something I can inerchange myself?

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Hello catapracht, It looks like you shutdown circuit is turning the TV off due to a problem in the HV section. What you are seen is possibly a green cathode short and some blooming occuring. These will caused increased anode voltage and trigger the shutdown circuit. At this point I would not suggest blind swapping of parts but rather you find a repair shop on FixYa.com, or find a shop close to you to have this problem dealt with. Because these are dangerous voltages you will be dealing with and without the training and knowledge of TV repair it would not be adviseable to do these repairs yourself. However you can be of assistance in have this information ready for the repair person. Thank you, I hope this helps. Shuttle83

Posted on Sep 07, 2007

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