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Tv is messed up!

Tv turns on but will turn off in about 30 seconds. it also has a green color over entire picture with horizontal lines all across screen. please help!

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It looks like you are having a problem with the video section of your tv, either the tube or the drive circuitry. I would suggest that you if you have a background in electronics get a schematic and use a voltmeter to check the levels on the 3 channel convergence modules since these have been know to go bad frequently. If you do not feel comfortable doing this I would advise looking of FixYa for someone to do it for you.

Posted on Sep 09, 2007

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